Oh this is interesting. How do you access that fuse block? What color was the constant hot? What color was the ignition hot wire?There is also another fuse box or block under the tool kit on the passenger floor. I ran a wire from there up the A pillar, across the liner over the windshield to the large box on the windshield that has the cameras and rear-view mirror on it. Ran my wire out the bottom of that box to the dash-cam. Very clean and no wires showing except the inch or so from the rear-view mount to the dash-cam.
A typical add-a-fuse tap doesn't fit unless you cut away some of the plastic fins that separate the fuses in the slots. Even if you do that, the add-a-fuse doesn't lock in properly. I used a male 1/4" flat blade connector which is very close to the dimensions of a single blade on an ATC fuse, crimped that to an ATC fuse holder, and then plugged the male flat blade connector into the bus side of the fuse bank in slot that has the bus side connectors (you can see the copper conductors on the bus side in unused slots if you look closely). In the footwell fuses on the passenger side, bank S15 is accessory and ignition switched. My VS30 (Winnebago View chassis) had lots of blank spaces in S15. I used slot 26, which is supposed to be for the information panel socket- not installed with the limited edition (economy) cabin chassis in this particular build (7" MBUX, no power seats).What type of fuse tap did you guys use? The tap I bought does not lock into the fuse panel. Thanks!
Insert a trim removal tool or spatula 1” into the gap between the outer trim ring and the actual lighting housing. Then angle the blade forward to depress the bar that releases the catches that hold the panel in. The whole panel will pivot down from the front.Any instructions on how to remove it?
You may have a different model year/chassis or fuse diagram. The VS30 chassis may be present in 2018 and onward, but the older chassis was sold well into 2019 and even 2020 model RV’s. The other possibility is you may have to rotate the diagram to match up the fuse and relay positions.Sorry to bring this up, but my fuse box doesn't really match up to the fuses in the scan listed above! How can they be that far off?