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Old 04-17-2019, 04:01 PM   #1
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Default Taillight fuse location

I accidentally shorted the taillights doing a second camera installation. I have forward running lights and side-markers. I have looked at all 4 DC fuse panels without success. Does anyone know the location? I have looked under the instrument panel at that fuse box, in the left forward compartment where my air horn compressor is. and both panels in bedroom. I couldn't find any blown fuses. There are two circuit breakers on the forward panel under the instrument panel. Right now I have shut it down completely and will power back up after dinner. Hoping that it is a breaker and it will reset after I turned batteries off.



As below. I have a 2005 Sun Voyager gas coach.



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Old 04-18-2019, 06:45 AM   #2
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Maybe the short took out the bulbs?
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Old 04-18-2019, 10:33 AM   #3
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Default Found it!

It was located under the hood. There is a big fuse/circuit breaker panel right in front of the drivers feet. Accessed from under hood.



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Old 04-21-2019, 01:48 PM   #4
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Hi, I have a 2000 Tourmaster and had a smilar problem and nobody in this forum could help. Gulfstream could not help. Long story short it was found: in the outside rear right (passenger) compartment. It was found inside a small black box - it was not marked.

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Hi, I have a 2000 Tourmaster and had a smilar problem and nobody in this forum could help. Gulfstream could not help. Long story short it was found: in the outside rear right (passenger) compartment. It was found inside a small black box - it was not marked.

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I am glad I found it. It seems that the fuse box under the hood is part of the Workhorse Chassis in my case. It is well marked inside the cover and has a lot of basic system fuses (wipers, standard horn etc.) that are needed to make the chassis operable. I have only had this coach for a few years and every time I need to fix something it's a learning experience.


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don't mean to steal this thread, but I am looing for help finding the fuse for the front clearance lights on 2004 Sunvoyager.

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don't mean to steal this thread, but I am looing for help finding the fuse for the front clearance lights on 2004 Sunvoyager.

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Under the hood, right in front of the drivers seat side. Big fuse box.



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Hey Sudsy if you are still around? Ive checked all the fuses under the hood (wish I could post a picture) With multi meter at least three times today still no headlights or front clearance lights. Ive flipped every breaker I could find. NOTHING? what am I missing?
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Old 06-02-2019, 06:43 PM   #9
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Default Storage Compartment fuses

On my coach I have a fuse panel in the forward storage compartment. There is another one under the dash (easy for me with a drivers door) and another one under the good. These are all in addition to the house hold fuses and breakers on the bed pedestal.



I chased my air horn problem to the right forward storage compartment. I don't know where all of your fuses might be. Is it a Ford chassis or a Workhorse?




I read back now. I found the fuse for the tail lights in the front under dash fuse panel. If you don't have a drivers side door I guess you put the drivers seat all the way back (ha ha) and dive under the dash. There is a carpet covered panel that just snaps in place. I found the CB wiring and also the trailer brake wiring down there too.



Have I sent you the fuse panel placards and breaker labels?


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found it, 5 amp fuse under dash, Finally!

Thanks Sudsy if you get close to Chi town Ill buy you a brew.
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If you PM me an email address I will send you a copy of an email from Millie at Gulf Stream with drawings attached for each compartment. I found them very helpful.



Do you have a drivers door?


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Sudsy - Hoping you can help me still, email address is [email protected] if you could send me email you got from Gulfstream on fuase placards I would be grateful.
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Old 08-01-2022, 05:22 PM   #13
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Sudsy hasn't been on the forum since middle of 2020.

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