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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 07:45 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Rear power outlet no POWER

I have a really good one for anyone who has this issue or in the past.

I have exhausted every thing I can do to find where I am losing power to the rear receptacle.

Started with fuse 15 Aux power rear fuse box - 12 volts

Pulled receptacle and checked plug - 0 Volts

Checked ground at receptacle - 0 ohms

Pulled plug to receptacle underneath bed - 0 volts

Any one have an idea of where or how I'm losing power? Acts like a bad fuse but schematic doesn't show one other than fuse 15. It is in the correct location in the fuse box.


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Checked ground at receptacle - 0 ohms

Not trying to be "cute" but I think you may have answered your own question Check the receptacle mounting and make sure you have a good ground.
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Checked ground at receptacle - 0 ohms

Not trying to be "cute" but I think you may have answered your own question Check the receptacle mounting and make sure you have a good ground.
The receptacle mount is all plastic. Ground is wired to chassis and checks 0 ohms.


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Fuse engine box, under Aux.

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The Dicktator strikes again. Thanks Dick!!!!!!!!

Fuse 1 Engine compartment wrong position. I probably did that at some point. Anyway the schematics didn't show that but fuse 1 is a power feed for the rear.
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