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What is the make and model of the 2004?
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SO that indicator panel should use a printed circuit board and if all the fuses are good the board could be the problem. What I would do is check all your exterior fuses and breakers as well. Go to the battery and make sure you do not have a fuse on a smaller wire near the battery that is blown. I am going to pull a print right now and have a look at this for you to see if it gives a dedicate fuse location to that panel.... Please give me several mins to look that up...
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Going to give you prints as I find them which might help out as you can see where the main power and ground run into it... Click HERE to view, I am still looking at other prints. On one page you can see the board I was talking about it is PCB
IF you click HERE you will see a row of round re settable breakers, these would be outside and the removable panel would say automotive and coach circuit breakers, make sure no breakers are tripped in that box. Still looking as well.
You will have to look at the first print and see if you have voltage going up to the panel, if no voltage then it has to be a blown fuse, tripped breaker or wiring issue, if you have voltage then it sounds like the PCB board..
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No problem at all... Robert
Yes they pop out when they trip so they should stay in when they reset.
You are going to have to look at the prints and see if you are getting voltage to the panel. I think it showed a black and white wire that supplies the voltage to panel. I will take another look to see if there are anymore hidden fuses... Robert
Umm the fuse for that panel is a 15 amp fuse in the interior box. Click HERE see last page right corner. Make sure that fuse has voltage, get a test light and check, if you had a loose connection on the back side you would never know by just looking at the fuse. IF that fuse is good the panel should be working and all the functions which points towards that PCB board.
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