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Old 07-08-2019, 04:53 PM   #1
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Cigarette Lighter on 2015 Seneca 37FS

Yep, probably already politically incorrect, but does anyone know where the fuse is for the Dash 12 volt power plug on 2015 Seneca 37FS. AKA Cigarette lighter. We blew it with a power adapter and I'll be durn if I can find it. Thank you in advance for any assitance.
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Old 07-08-2019, 05:22 PM   #2
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See page 8 and 9 that I had to take snapshots of the original document.

JOF used to allow us to attach the original document, but now we can only upload documents up to 5mb. such is many that we cant get uploaded or exceed the file size.
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Old 07-08-2019, 05:41 PM   #3
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Thanks Steve,
Found it on your blow up of Page 9, but I'll be durn if I can figure out what that is telling me. Clearance lights and all that is with it are working. So, to me, its got to be a small blade fuse. I've been through them all and can't find one that is blown. I'll go look again.
Thanks again for the reply and Humpf, they still do call it a cigarette lighter. Woulda thunk?
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If I had to guess I would think this one, but it is just a SWAG! There are also some under the drivers seat but I think those are related to trailering and rear lights. Click image for larger version

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I see Steve has you covered so i would go with his information.
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Okay, (apply red face here) I couldn't find the blown fuse because it didn't blow. Running down the highway today, we saw sparks from a loose cap coming off one of the adapters we have in that single cigarette lighter. I can officially call it that because that is how it is shown in the wiring diagram. Never did go for all that political correct stuff anyway. Obviously, truck manufacturers don't either. At his point insert whew, whew, whew ,whew in your best Tim Allen "Tool Time" voice.

I digress, yes I blew a fuse, but only in the male plug of the 12 volt power cord. And now for the words of the evening. DID YOU CHECK IT WITH A METER? Yep, finally.

Replaced the fuse in the male 12 volt power plug and all is right with the World. The extra dash light, GPS, Forward Facing Camera, 2 phone adapters and the charger for the Bluetooth are all back online out of that one 12 volt Cigarette Lighter or lets get real brave and even call it maybe a Cigar lighter.

Thank you for tolerating me as we roll down the road. GOD I do love this stuff.
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