2010 Prostar fuse panel locations?

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  1. Pedigreed Bulldog

    Pedigreed Bulldog Road Train Member

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    Got a friend on his way here in the next day or two having an issue with the buttons on the steering wheel (horn, cruise, jake, etc...) not working. I guess he just had some work done, and when he got the truck back and hit the road, this stuff wasn't working. Shop told him to check the fuses, but he's not sure where to look. Too #### cold outside for me to be on some scavenger hunt in somebody else's truck looking...any ideas? I haven't set foot in an International since the 4700 and 4900 series trucks we had in my wrecker days, and that was quite a while ago.
     
  2. Smut

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    The fuses should be in the panel right in front of the passenger seat. the cover should have a chart regarding all the fuses. It should come right off.
     
  3. Pedigreed Bulldog

    Pedigreed Bulldog Road Train Member

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    Sounds easy enough. Hopefully it's a quick & easy fix.
     
  4. RoadRooster

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    Many of those fuses are actually circuit breakers push the buttons down on all of them make sure you got good resets.

    Others are actually relays you have to unplug them and plug them back in they look like a standard fuse but there are relay, and then there are a few actual fuses...
     
  5. Pedigreed Bulldog

    Pedigreed Bulldog Road Train Member

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    That's what he was saying is that they looked like all circuit breakers. Worst case we start pulling them to test and putting them back in if they're working and swapping them out if they aren't.
     
  6. Heavyd

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    There are no fuses for anything related with those buttons. If they had the steering disconnected I suspected they turned the steering wheel too much while not connected and broke the clock spring in the steering column. That is why nothing works now.
     
  7. Pedigreed Bulldog

    Pedigreed Bulldog Road Train Member

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    I'll have to ask what was done to see if that's a possibility. Where is that spring located? Guessing it's something the wheel needs to be pulled and column disassembled to get at? If so, it won't be fixed here...he can take it back to the shop that did the work.
     
  8. Heavyd

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    Yep, right below the steering wheel. Pop the horn button off to make sure everything is plugged in. For sure, need to know what was done.
     
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