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Old 08-21-2016, 07:56 PM   #1
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E450 cigarette lighter fuse

Does anyone know if the two cigarette lighters have seperate fuses and if so what spot is the passenger side fuse on. I can only find one listed in the diagram. My driver side lighter has power, passenger does not.
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Old 08-21-2016, 08:35 PM   #2
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Under the hood on the drivers side there's a big box of fuses. I blew both fuses on mine just being a goofball. They're fuse numbers 67 and 72. I believe the numbers are located under the lid. If not, the layout is in your the truck manual that came with your RV. If you can't find the layout, I can email you the layout. They're low profile J case 20 amp fuses and run about $5 apiece.
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Old 08-21-2016, 09:13 PM   #3
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Thanks Hopper

that was the solution I was looking for. 72 is labelled as cigarette lighter, 67 is labelled as power point.

Unfortunately when it went it also blew my Coleman Kool Kaddy so I have to repair that at the same time.
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No luck at 67

72 was the driver side cigarette lighter... 67 does not appear to be the passenger side... Unless there is damage other then the fuse, I switched out the fuse and no luck.
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Uh oh. I'm at a loss on that one unless, like you said, something else has gone south. That pretty much narrows it down to wiring or the power point connector.
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Location 65 is another power point fuse.
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Traded all the power point fuses

I traded out all the 20amp fuses in that row... No luck! Found a thread on FR Forum which also advised it should be 67... Think I might have a bad outlet. The 7.5amp glass fuse in my Coleman was badly damaged, the ends almost looked like when a battery corrodes. Fixed the Coleman but may leave the outlet for winter warranty work.
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Just to throw some "did you try this" in the game....


Is it possible that the passenger side power socket is run off the ignition switch. The non-US makes I've owned do that with the cigarette lighter/poser sockets.


I've also run into some real peculiarities with ground wires on Fords.
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Good thought Mike, but I know from experience that the outlet runs when the ignition is not on... I also know from experience that the cab battery does not charge while plugged in to shore power... Wanna guess how I know both these things
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Good thought Mike, but I know from experience that the outlet runs when the ignition is not on... I also know from experience that the cab battery does not charge while plugged in to shore power... Wanna guess how I know both these things
Guess #1: Let's see..... It was written in the owner's manual, on pages clearly marked "Power Socket Operation" and "Charging System Operation", respectively?

Guess #2: You said, "from experience" in your first sentence.

I'd still be double-checking Ford's 'better' idea of ground wires.
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