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Old 05-13-2011, 08:32 AM   #1
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Fuse box/panel locations

Trying to locate the fuse boxes in my 85 310. I have found the one up front for the radio, horn, etc. But I believe there has to be one or two more?

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Old 05-13-2011, 09:50 AM   #2
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On my 345, there is the one in the glovebox that is mainly engine/lights and chassis.
Another is below the kitchen, and another on drivers side between toilet and bedroom at floor level.
I think I posted pics in the Classic motorhome picture thread... page 2 I think.
Sent you the owners manual too.
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Old 05-14-2011, 09:07 PM   #3
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Trying to locate the fuse boxes in my 85 310. I have found the one up front for the radio, horn, etc. But I believe there has to be one or two more?
Look to the right of the fridge, below the cabinets at the floor. There is (on mine) a door with another set of fuses including the 50 amp complete shut down fuse. I'd rip that whole panel out and replace it with a newer panel with spade fuses. Before that's done, check what color wire is connected to what and make a chart of it. You'll be amazed at the wierd connections AS made that make ZERO sense. I have such a log of mine, if you need it, send me a PM.
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Get rid of any self reseting breakers as soon as you can I don't know how thy have not been recalled such a bad idea.
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Old 05-15-2011, 02:52 PM   #5
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Get rid of any self reseting breakers as soon as you can I don't know how thy have not been recalled such a bad idea.
Yeah....this entire wiring job should be recalled! Let's just say most things aren't up to factory specs or any specs for that matter. Too many owners with too many ideas over the years!
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Too many owners with too many ideas over the years!
Most of them hacks!
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On my 310 there is a fuse panel under the dash and in the glove box behind a small access door. The univolt panel is to the right side of the refrigerator near the floor. There are also 2 house breaker boxes in the rear bedroom - one under the left side drawers in front of the bed ( near the floor ) and one at the right rear corner behind a tambor door.
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