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LX and LXI (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your LX or LXI model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE ISSUES INVOLVED WITH ANY LAWSUIT.....list your LX and LXI Parts here too.

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Default 2003 LX Dash Air Conditioning

Our dash air stopped working and the forecast for the next few days is 100+. Fan does not run, AC on light and recirculate light do not light. Where do I find where the AC fuse is? Any other suggestions as to what the problem may be? All suggestions and hints welcomed.
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as you enter the door, on the right, under the passenger foot rest is a removable panel. Under that panel are several cbs and relays. Perhaps what you are looking for is there. Im not sure.
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Our dash air stopped working and the forecast for the next few days is 100+. Fan does not run, AC on light and recirculate light do not light. Where do I find where the AC fuse is? Any other suggestions as to what the problem may be? All suggestions and hints welcomed.
Check fuse P11C4 in the panel that's below the driver's side window. Steve Gureasko recently had a similar problem on a 99.
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John,

I checked fuse P11C4 and it was okay with 12 volts in and out. Do you know of a wiring diagram for the LX? I located the panel by the step that Rick pointed out but it doesn't have a directory and trying to follow circuits under the dash looks almost impossible.
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My fan control (low/med/high) acts a little funny sometimes. Have you tried moving back and forth to a different setting or wiggle the knob?

I am going to replace mine soon.
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I checked fuse P11C4 and it was okay with 12 volts in and out. Do you know of a wiring diagram for the LX? I located the panel by the step that Rick pointed out but it doesn't have a directory and trying to follow circuits under the dash looks almost impossible.
There appears to be another HVAC related fuse or circuit breaker called "SK6" in location "Front Dash - Lower Front". Maybe that's the location Rick mentioned?

As far as wiring diagrams, if you know the body number of your coach - you may be able to look up some schematics for your coach on Blue Bird's web site using that number. Post your body number and we can check.
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On my 03
P11C4 is 30A hvac main
P11C3 is 10A fan control

I also had a problem with my dash air. The compressor would not engage. CoachCraft found a bad connector under the dash and removed it.
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Update:

P11 C3 has power in and out. Panel under foot rest CB No. 6 has power in and out. Operating all controls on dash AC panel has no effect. Coach body no. is 133751 and chassis no. is 205615.

Keep up with the suggestion - I'm learning allot about where things are.
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How is the charge? Could be a low pressure cut out switch keeping it off.
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Haven't checked the AC refrigerant charge yet. Don't think that is the problem as the heat/AC fan doesn't work and it normally would even if the compressor clutch didn't engage for cooling. The problem must be in the power to the dash heat/AC panel. I sure appreciate all the suggestions.
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