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Old 06-23-2012, 10:22 PM   #1
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Inline fuse step magnetic door switch

Has anyone had experience with finding the magnetic switch inline fuse for the entrance door step on a 1995 Monaco Dynasty? The nice guy at Monaco told me it was under the cup holder on the right side of the passenger seat next to door, but I don't see it there. Input will be appreciated.


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Old 06-24-2012, 12:15 PM   #2
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My response is not exactly on target, but on my magnetic door frame switch can be manipulated by another magnet to make the steps work.

I have to do so about every 6 months or so to restore proper operation of the exterior steps.

Perhaps you are beyond that point.
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Thanks Dean. I tried the magnet trick to no avail. Other voltage tests seem to point to the motor or control unit. I will have to cut into the wires to the motor and hook up direct voltage to them to see if the motor operates. If not, I think the control unit may be bad. Your input and any future input is appreciated.
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