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Old 11-18-2020, 08:57 PM   #1
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2002 Winnebago adventurer coach heater fuse location

What is the location of the coach heater fan fuse. When I push either hi or low on the dash switch nothing happens.
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Old 11-20-2020, 07:05 PM   #2
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Does everything else work? The coach blower wheels are known to walk on the shaft until they hit some and stop spinning. Then the fuse blows. But when that happens, a few things that share won't work.

This writeup explains fixing one in detail
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Old 11-20-2020, 07:28 PM   #3
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We don't get a lot of info on that portion as Winnebago does post lots of info on what they consider their part but not much on the chassis part which they buy from the builders. So things that are normally found on any car or truck, will often not get any mention on the Winnebago drawings.
But that can also be kind of a clue as the fuse and breakers for those parts are often out under the hood, just as they would be on a truck!
I know that is not as much help as it might be but it does cut the chase down to the 4-5 feet under the hood rather than all over the half acre?
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The fuse is to the left of the steering wheel under the push-up part of the dash. I’ve got the same trouble with mine and plan to fix at some point. One person said if your hand is small enough, you might be able to remove the vent between the seats and reach in and slide the fan wheel to where it will turn freely. I tried it, but no cigar.
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Sounds like a good option to try. I really dread having to remove the water heater just to gain access. I will report results hopefully tomorrow
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Old 11-22-2020, 07:48 AM   #6
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I repaired mine without pulling the water heater. I did pull the water pump though, gave me a little more room to work.
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