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Old 11-07-2006, 07:24 PM   #1
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The hazard lights on our Sightseer stops flashing when I step on the brakes. I asked the Service Advisor at the Dealership during 30day service, they said it is normal for safety reasons, specially with single unit brake/signal lights. Solid red lights to warn drivers at the back of coach that I am stoping or slowing down. As soon as I release the brake pedal, hazard lights flash again. I normally use the hazard lights when backing into our driveway after a trip.

I just wanted to know if others have similar experience.
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The hazard lights on our Sightseer stops flashing when I step on the brakes. I asked the Service Advisor at the Dealership during 30day service, they said it is normal for safety reasons, specially with single unit brake/signal lights. Solid red lights to warn drivers at the back of coach that I am stoping or slowing down. As soon as I release the brake pedal, hazard lights flash again. I normally use the hazard lights when backing into our driveway after a trip.

I just wanted to know if others have similar experience.
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Old 11-07-2006, 07:51 PM   #3
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mis3s welcome to irv2.
I have the same operation of lights when mine are on as long as your foot is off brake pedal you should be ok while backing.
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Slightly different variation on the same question -- my '07 Journey has amber turn signals along with the red brake lights.

I have noticed that the 4-way flashers stop flashing when I press the brake (no toad attached). I would expect with separate turn signals from the brake lights, that the 4-ways would continue to flash when the brake lights are on via pressing the brake.

Is this how it should operate?

On my '00 Journey the 4-ways would continue to flash when the brake pedal was pressed.

I assume this may be because of the toad wiring on the new units, which most likely converts the amber/red lights into a single red light for the toad. I am still surprised that with no toad connected that the motorhome amber lights stop flashing with the brake lights on.

Can anyone confirm this?

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My 04 Adventurer does exactly the same thing.
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