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Old 06-02-2020, 11:00 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Freedom Elite 24FE
State: Rhode Island
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Freedom Elite 24FE 2019 chassis battery drain

Hi. I just got a 2019 Freedom Elite 24FE and the engine battery kept going dead. RV dealer sent me to Mercedes where they found the battery was good but fuses 17 and 18 were causing a drain. We removed the fuses and everything is fine.

My question is how can i find out what those fuses go to? Everything important seems to be working.

Thanks
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Old 06-05-2020, 03:31 AM   #2
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Well, no responses yet; deserves a response......even if I am not familiar with Mercedes based RV's. I am assuming a Sprinter based chassis probably? There may be a fuse allocation supplement document on the attached Sprinter link that matches, or is similar to your coach fusing......not sure if every year has a new fuse chart or if they are similar through most build years. Hope it helps get you get started at least. Failing that, back to the Dealer or perhaps another poster will confirm what you need.


https://www.mbvans.com/sprinter/owne.../owner-manuals
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