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Red Roscoe

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I have a 2006 Dolphin Motorhome. The check engine light came on driving home last weekend. I have a code reader and have not been able to find the plug under the dash. Am I looking in the wrong place? Does anyone know where I would find the plug? Any help would be appreciated.

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Which chassis is it?


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Sorry. Ford chassis

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Probably under the dash just to the right of the steering column at least that is where it is on our Ford products.


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Try swearing loudly and throwing tools. I find that I often cannot find the plugs until after this is accomplished. (VBG)

On a Ford, it should be in the area of the driver's foot well but locations vary widely. The plug is sometimes reversed in its mounting location so you may not be looking at the terminal end which can make the plug more difficult to recognize.

Sorry can't be more specific...oh, sometimes they are tucked behind the foot well side panel.

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Just found it. It is to the right of the steering column. There was some swearing after I walked into the slide out, but all is well. Thanks for the help.

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Not sure as have only about 50 years in professional mechanical repair but it does seem that the swearing part is an important and integral aspect of the problem solving. (VBG)

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