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Old 09-29-2009
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Default LPG sensor power???

I an in the process of replacing my lpg sensor in my bird, when I apparently shorted two wires together and tripped a breaker, or blew a fuse SOMEWHERE in the coach. Does anyone off of the top of their head know where I can find the fuse/breaker for this source. 1996 PT42.

Corey, and the kids with two worthless muts
1996 PT42 60 Series (SOLD)
Prosper, TX/Osage Beach, MO
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Old 09-29-2009
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Look in the overhead compartment behind where all the keys go. The rear wall (front of bus) comes out and there are cb's and fuses there. It should be SK16 and/or TB13 and should be a 3A fuse.
96 WTOS 42'

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And,Corey if you weren't impressed with a Bird's construction before, you definitely will be after you see the amazing detail that went into routing all of those circuits. I know I sure was!!!
Elliot Harris

95 WLWB 40' SOLD!


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