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2007 Exec Fridge not working

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Old May 24th, 2019, 11:24   #11
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The fridge is a very very simple circuit with nothing but power going to it, and then peltier elements and fans to reduce the temperature

So check
1. You have power at the fridge connector
2. The peltier elements are sucking power (check for current draw, you should see a difference in position 1 and 2)
3. The fans are spinning - check for power to the fans

And that's really all there is to it.
I plugged the volt meter in and there is no power going to it and has got me a bi baffled possible broken wire between the fridge and fuse ?
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Old May 24th, 2019, 14:07   #12
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I will check the wiring diagram for you tonight.
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Thank you and a bit more information if it helps to point to a problem the previous owner took original radio sat nav etc out why I have no idea but along with this the reverse sensors etc not work could the fridge somehow be linked also
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I'll send you a PM with some info
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Old May 24th, 2019, 19:28   #15
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Well I found a wiring diagram for a 2005 Exec supplement.
It shows the cooler runs on the same power feed as the front 12V socket.
If the 12V socket has power, the cooler must have power.

The cooler is wired to a 3-pin connector that feeds power to the front 12V socket

+12V and ground. Cannot be simpler.
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The fridge is a very very simple circuit with nothing but power going to it, and then peltier elements and fans to reduce the temperature

So check
1. You have power at the fridge connector
2. The peltier elements are sucking power (check for current draw, you should see a difference in position 1 and 2)
3. The fans are spinning - check for power to the fans

And that's really all there is to it.
I don’t know if it’s linked but previous owner put took original radio out, and no longer have the sat nav etc could that effect the fridge as there’s 4-5 loose wire underneath passenger seat
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Old May 24th, 2019, 20:06   #17
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Well I found a wiring diagram for a 2005 Exec supplement.
It shows the cooler runs on the same power feed as the front 12V socket.
If the 12V socket has power, the cooler must have power.

The cooler is wired to a 3-pin connector that feeds power to the front 12V socket

+12V and ground. Cannot be simpler.
Yeah my 12v sockets work I checked that when I seen it was linked
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