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Author Topic: No power to dash/ignition - 1997 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision  (Read 464 times)

Hoss100

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Hey all! Just bought an RV! It was the best deal ever... and I drove it to get it serviced... drove it to work... then drove it home... and now it will not start and I have to leave today!

1997 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision
No power to the dash/ignition/head lights... but the coach power works just fine.
The generator started right up. I ran it for a couple hours. Still nothing.
Also tried holding the aux battery start button while turning the key. Still nothing.
Any ideas??? Hoping this is something easy... like a switch somewhere???
Aux battery meter shows 100 percent. Main battery meter has no reading.

Just Lou

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Re: No power to dash/ignition - 1997 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2016, 04:09:01 PM »
There should be a battery Disconnect switch by the entry door.  Check to see if it is ON.  Press the TOP of the switch to get power.
'97 Bounder 34V (F53 w/tag), '99 Honda Accord EX

Hammster

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Re: No power to dash/ignition - 1997 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2016, 04:26:01 PM »
You checked to make sure one or both of the cables on the battery hasn't come loose?
2016 GMC Sierra 2500HD Denali. 6.6L Diesel. 4x4
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lynnmor

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Re: No power to dash/ignition - 1997 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision
« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2016, 06:41:20 AM »
I'm replacing the wiring on the back side on the ignition switch, of my old van, right now.  Some vehicles run too much current thru the switch and cause a meltdown.  New connector with pigtail is available.  Just one thing to check.

Hoss100

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Re: No power to dash/ignition - 1997 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2017, 08:42:18 AM »
Thought I should post the solution here, although its been over a year ago!
It was a bad battery. We replaced the battery and everything worked perfectly. I drove the 20 year old Pace Arrow RV from San Diego to Cleveland and back to San Diego. That thing is a beast.

 

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