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Re: 2002 Fleetwood Prowle by BUBBA THE BUS TECH
Post New Message Good News Bad News. Bad news first:

There are no useable wiring diagrams for your unit, Fleetwood couldn't even tell us what walls the wires were in at the time your trailer was built.

Good News:

The 12 volt Circuit breakers on the end of the positive battery wires are pretty easy. As per-Code at the end of the battery cable all loads (with 1 exception) will have a Circuit Protection Device: (Breaker or fuse) The exception is the Break Away Switch, it must be direct wired.

So take a flash light and read the rating printed on the case you need to go to NAPA, Auto Zone, Pats Sorce or any RV parts place and ask for breakers of that rating. If there is no printing due to rust etc you need to evaluate what each wire does, The main house power needs a 50amp breaker (probably) may have been 40 amp from factory. Slide controler needs 40amp. (may have been 25 or 30 from factory. The other one ?? I can't remember what it is. Could be jacks if this is a fifth wheel.

Just match them with new ones of the same amperage. No big deal.
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