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Old 06-09-2011
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Default Where is the step fuse?

I am looking for the fuse for the step. Anyone have a clue?

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Marv, I think it is in the load center located in front of passenger seat near the step-well.
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Robert:

I have looked there and in the center under the drivers window. There is a relay in front of the passengers seat marked for the step but I can't find a fuse.

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Marv, We have 3 breakers in the compartment in front of the passenger seat marked step well covers. a 10 amp, 15 amp and a 30 amp.
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I found those Doc. I am looking for the fuse for the step itself.

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Did you confirm there is no power getting to the module mounted under the step area?
I went and looked around my coach and cant find the fuse for the step as well...asuming there is one. Wonder if it would be located in the dash behind the step switch?
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Robert:

There is no power to the step control. I will get it figured out in a couple of days. I won't have any time until then.

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Default M380 entry step - no power.

My entry step on 2003 M380 will not retract/extend. Previous posts indicate a fuse/relay in the load panel under the driver's side window (the upper door or lower door?). Is the fuse labeled? How can I ID the correct fuse?
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I am having the same problem with my entry step...it just stopped working. Lee and Marv or anyone, do you know where the power source or fuse is for the entry step?
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Dennis I never found the fuse for the step. I wound up check for power on the step switch on the dash, it had power so I went from there. If you wind up with a bed step motor I have a used one. Good luck.
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