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HughD 06-23-2021 06:16 AM

Blowing IGN 2 fuse
 
Hello all, I normally sit and read your post in my email. Now I need to post.
I am blowing the Ignition 2 fuse as soon as I turn on the key. My wipers and
dash heater controls do not work. I also have codes SPN 1209 FM2 and SPN 627 FM2. I know that the 10 amp fuse does not power up all these items but I am sure it powers up a relay that does. I called Forest River and was told they did not get any older schematics in the purchase of Coachman. Does anyone have schematics that would cover a 2006 Coachman Cross Country - Freightliner - Cummins or have any knowledge on this IGN 2 circuit.

Thanks in Advance - i am watching
Hugh D.
Houghton Lake Michigan: bow:

KtownKajun 06-23-2021 06:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HughD (Post 5802567)
Hello all, I normally sit and read your post in my email. Now I need to post.
I am blowing the Ignition 2 fuse as soon as I turn on the key. My wipers and
dash heater controls do not work. I also have codes SPN 1209 FM2 and SPN 627 FM2. I know that the 10 amp fuse does not power up all these items but I am sure it powers up a relay that does. I called Forest River and was told they did not get any older schematics in the purchase of Coachman. Does anyone have schematics that would cover a 2006 Coachman Cross Country - Freightliner - Cummins or have any knowledge on this IGN 2 circuit.

Thanks in Advance - i am watching
Hugh D.
Houghton Lake Michigan: bow:

In mine the relays are located in the outdoor compartment under the drivers
seat. Not having a schematic I would pull the ignition relay if known which one OR If you know where the ignition solenoid is or can find it maybe start there. If not start one at a time replacing the fuse as it blows till you find the shorted one(not ideal). If you use a meter or power probe(great investment) it might be a little easier to locate a short.
Iím not an expert but have lots of dummy time under my belt...


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