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Old 02-15-2015, 05:04 PM   #1
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Fuse panel

Where is the fuse for the toad plugin at on a 2013 378xl


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Old 02-16-2015, 11:50 AM   #2
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The fuse panel is located under drivers side of the dash.
It is covered with a black plastic cover.
The fuse for the trailer/toad plug in is #22 and is a 20 amp small fuse.
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Thanks did not see the cover kind of hard to get to at 61yo


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Thanks did not see the cover kind of hard to get to at 61yo

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I did this a few days ago for my friends motorhome and I'm 65.
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I am 73 and my back hurts just thinking about this. But tomorrow I'm going to cripple myself changing oil and filters on V10 and gen set!
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I am 73 and my back hurts just thinking about this. But tomorrow I'm going to cripple myself changing oil and filters on V10 and gen set!

Actually changing oil is a dream on the Georgetown using a creeper.
As long as you tummy can fit under the side compartments.
Oh that's right you can raise up the front with the jacks.
Not really.

Its easier than my changing my oil in my Fiat which only has 8" of ground clearance.
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