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Old 06-13-2020, 03:46 PM   #1
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Default 1990 Roadtrek Poplular Skylight Fan

I finally have restarted my restoration project after being on hold for a bit. Getting some stuff done at the mechanic currently but when I get this back I want to install a fan in the skylight area, problem is I have no power to the wires up there. Anyone know where these wires terminate or if I'm missing a fuse box somewhere? Currently there is nothing but some bare wires in the skylight.
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I finally have restarted my restoration project after being on hold for a bit. Getting some stuff done at the mechanic currently but when I get this back I want to install a fan in the skylight area, problem is I have no power to the wires up there. Anyone know where these wires terminate or if I'm missing a fuse box somewhere? Currently there is nothing but some bare wires in the skylight.
Bare wires with no voltage? If correct, buy a tone generator. Telephone companies use them to trace wires. Transmitter clips to the wires and sends a tone on the wires. The receiver traces the tone back to opposite end of the wires, in your case hopefully by a fuse panel.
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