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Old 05-21-2012, 11:30 AM   #1
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Help!! I can't find the fuse panel in my 1993 Land Yacht V495

I've blown a fuse in my 1993 Land Yacht (V495). The manual says there should be 3 fuse panels:
1 chevy panel under the dash next to the steering column (I found that one)
1 Airstream 12 V Distribution panel (the manual says it will be located under the kitchen galley but it is actually in the step up to the cab just behind the engine cover)
1 Airstream fuse panel that controls the rest of the stuff. I can't find this one.

I blew a fuse and now the step doesn't retract, the power seats are out, the power window doesn't work, and the cigarette lighter plug-in on the dash doesn't work.

Does anyone know where the other fuse panel might be and what it might look like?
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Old 05-21-2012, 12:43 PM   #2
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Not a specific answer but there always seems to be a fuse panel around the bed pedastal somewhere.

Good luck.
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Old 05-21-2012, 02:24 PM   #3
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Not necessarily a panel, I've found fuses from under the hood, to the tv in rear.
My steps take power or are controlled, by a number items, magnet switch on door, ignition key on start. I found AS step wires cross from drivers side to passengers side under dash, by what is out the panel under the drivers seat panel would be most logical. did you use a voltmeter to check fuses, I have had fuses that looked good but had lost contact.
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Old 05-22-2012, 11:49 AM   #4
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Thumbs up I found It

Thanks guys!!

The people at Airstream Customer Relations were very helpful. Their service rep said the fuse that controls those things is in the Chassis fuse panel (the Chevy panel in front of the drivers left foot). So even though the Owners Manual indicated the existence of a third fuse panel with separate fuses for each of these (and other) items, they actually all run through a single 30A fuse on the chassis panel that is marked PWR. I had not checked that fuse because the labeling and location were so far from what I expected.

In any case, my problem is fixed.

Thanks again.
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Good to hear.
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