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post #1 of 3 Old 05-08-2019, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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BX25D - Three Issues All at Once (Lights, Dash, Rear Tire)

I've run into three different issues all at once. (Well, one was a day before the others...) It seemed kind of obnoxious to post three different threads and I'm hoping the answers are short anyway.

1) Got a leak in the right rear tire. (Original tires and wheels.) It's on the side - still wondering how something managed to puncture it there! Anyway, I know the tires have air and fluid in them. I have a guy at the local tire shop who has replaced front wheel tires for me for a good price, but he hesitated a bit when I asked about if he could handle the rear tires, with fluid in them for weight. Is this the kind of thing where I need to go back to the dealer, or are there other good options? (Like your average tire shop, maybe?)

2) Dash lights and LED - just went out a day ago. I'm guessing a fuse, but I'm having trouble finding where it is and how to get to it. No moisture (that I've ever seen) in the dash.

3) Headlights - also just went out. No indication of moisture in the lights that I could see. Both went out at once. Tail lights are also out, but I don't know when they went out. I'm also guessing a fuse. (I have no idea how long the tail lights have been out.)

Are the replacement fuses easy to get and do I have to get them from the dealer? I read these fuses (dash, head and tail lights) are inline. If so, where are they?

I haven't had other electrical issues, so I don't think it's a case where water got into the fuse box or anything like that. I did want to ask about this in case there are known issues or if there could also be something else going on that I'm not seeing.
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post #2 of 3 Old 05-09-2019, 07:06 AM
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Re: BX25D - Three Issues All at Once (Lights, Dash, Rear Tire)

1. City tire shops may not want to deal with large, filled tires. They my not have the equipment or ability. Find a tire shop that deals with truck or agricultural machine tires.

2. LEDs can fail internally without any external cause. Just like a standard light bulb can burn out.

3. That, coupled with #2 can be from condensation, no moisture visible. Contacts corrode inside connectors. Could be a fuse for one thing, but yours sounds like more than one fuse. That could also mean some other electrical issue, bad grounds, voltage regulator bad putting out too much voltage, maybe a few other things.

That brand is kind of protective of their service manuals as I recall, but I believe you can buy them. If you want to dig into things, you could go that route. Otherwise, you might want to get in touch with a dealer or shop that knows the brand.
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post #3 of 3 Old 05-09-2019, 07:43 AM
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Re: BX25D - Three Issues All at Once (Lights, Dash, Rear Tire)

I have a 2015 BX25D. Mine has a fuse box under the dash on the right side with 6 fuses oriented lie this:

1 2
3 4
5 6

1 - 15 amp - Solenoud
2 - 15 amp - Hazard
2 - 15 amp - ACC
4 - 20 amp - Working Light
5 - 10 amp DC Outlet
6 - 10 amp - Timer Relay

There is also a 50 amp slow blow fuse in-line in the wiring harness on the side of the engine near the oil filter.

All of the above information is in your owner's manual.

Mine also has two in-line fuses that were added by the dealer for the chute rotation and deflection for the snow blower.

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