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1995 B2500 StarCraft Conversion van electric front seat fuse? #737901
July 05th 2018 4:19 am
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Hi guys,

Does anyone know where the fuse/relay etc is for the front seats that are electric in my 1995 B2500 Starcraft van please? The manual I have from starcraft does not say. The seats were working fine the other day but then stopped and now won't move at all, neither seat will, so I'm thinking it must be a fuse or relay or something like that for them both to stop working at the same time.

I have checked the fuses under the glove box on the passenger side, no luck and also under the hood, no luck.

Is there likely to be a panel hidden in the van that controls the other electrics the conversion van has as it has interior lighting and the folding electric bed that are all non-standard so there must be somewhere for the fuses/controls etc to be?

Any help really appreciated please.

Thanks

Alex

Re: 1995 B2500 StarCraft Conversion van electric front seat fuse? [Re: AmericanMuscle1989] #737909
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Welcome to the site Alex ...


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Re: 1995 B2500 StarCraft Conversion van electric front seat fuse? [Re: AmericanMuscle1989] #737982
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The hidden fuse panel in my 91 Zephyr Conversion van was hidden inside the dash panel on the firewall. I had to remove the plastic glovebox insert to find it. If you open the glovebox lid and get a skinny prybar and lightly push in and lift the bottom of the plastic insert it pops out really easily. I had previously spent over an hour tracing and following wires through roof and wall panels to find it so I could fix my non-functional mood lighting and 12v outlets. Now that I know where it is I can get to it within 30 seconds. I also had a page in the manual saying what each added fuse did, but not location. From what I've read this was annoyingly common...

Hope this helps,

- Rich


1991 Dodge B250 Zephyr Conversion. "Bi-frost" 74,000-ish original miles and counting.
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- Powertrax locker
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