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Beaufort NC
06-15-2010, 06:19 AM
I stopped for fuel in Emporia, VA the other night. On getting back in the coach, the starter would not work, simply would not turn over, no fire to it. Without going into the dianostic details, it turns out that it blew a 40 amp fuse, which was replaced, and everything is fine, for now. The question is, what in the world caused the fuse to blow. I have absolutely no idea why that should have happened.

Anyone got thoughts on that?

Kate P
06-16-2010, 11:40 AM
Just in case this ever happens to us can you tell me where this fuse is located

Beaufort NC
06-16-2010, 05:13 PM
In the 8356, there's a basement compartment with relays and fuses, the rearmost curbside compartment. In the compartment, there's a black box with relays and fuses, and it's one of those. There's a label which locates everything in the box, which in our case has to be inverted and read upside down, but that beats the fuse diagrams in the roadside front compartment, which are probably a 10th generation copy, and can't be read.

Does anyone possibly have a legible copy of those diagrams (roadside front)?