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Old 08-26-2017, 02:54 PM   #1
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Trimark grab handle fuse location.

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Trimark handle appears to have blown a fuse. No bird chirps, key fob works fine.
Have searched for fuse in front fuse bay below drivers seat? No luck, any ideas?
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There are 4 brass buttons on the inside of the door jamb, 2 on the door, 2 on the door frame. Clean them with a kitchen scratch/cleaning pad, hopefully it will cause them to make contact. It works for me, I have to clean the buttons about once a year.
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Shorted keypad

So, removed the 540-0200 grab handle keypad and found the circuit board shorted out. A 1/8" melted area at the top of board.
Have left a message with Trimark service but, no reply.
Any suggestions as where to purchase a new grab handle with keypad.
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Old 08-31-2017, 03:08 PM   #4
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I've seen the whole handle on ebay in the past. It might be cheaper to replace the entire assembly than to just replace the damaged board.
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