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Old 04-15-2011, 12:05 PM   #1
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Default 12v accessory plug at helm

I blew the fuse (tripped the breaker) for the cigarette lighter (accessory) plug that is by your right shin when sitting at the helm of the 3700 SCR. Both 12v accessory plugs in the cabin still work as well as everything else.

Where is the fuse/breaker for this plug?

I have traced the wiring diagram and things are not exactly the same. I have pulled all the dash panels, switch panels, breaker panels at the helm and traced the red wire into the middle of a wad of wires the size of your fist that lies at arms reach below the dash. But do to its location have yet to see when it exits this wad. I even pulled the AC/DC panel in the cabin looking for a fuse holder.

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Old 04-15-2011, 01:25 PM   #2

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Mine goes to the 12v fuse bus under the dash. Hopefully there is a schematic (I don't have one) that shows you which fuse holder, but you may end up tracing the wires. I had to cut the zip ties on 'the wad' to trace the wires back. Then I re-ziptied them when I was done.

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Old 04-18-2011, 02:49 PM   #3

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ona side may not be the wires to the plug at just maybe a bad you still have power to the plug??...or is it totally dead....??

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