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Old 04-12-2017, 01:23 AM   #1
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Where is my flasher?

I have no turn signals or 4 ways. Anyone know where I should look to find the flasher? There is a panel in the storage compartment under the drivers seat but nothing marked flasher or turn signal. I don't see one hanging under the dash either. Nothing with or without toad hooked up.

Internet access where we are now is limited so I thought I would ask here first. Coach is a '04 Winnebago Vectra 40KD, Freightliner chassis. It has a Sony camera system with side cameras that switch automatically when the turn signals are used if that might have something to do with it.
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Mine is in the front fuse/relay box under the hood
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On an 04 Vectra, everything turn-signal-related is in the bay under the drivers seat. There are several fuses in the panels, and the flashers themselves are inside the panel behind the fuses (unscrew the panel and swing it open carefully) in the wiring harness.

The layout of the two fuse boxes can be found in the Freightliner RV Driver Manual (towards the end of the doc.) If you don't have a copy you can download it here

https://www.fcccrv.com/parts-and-service/downloads/

though it might be a bit newer than your chassis.

There is also a diode that is part of the Smart Wheel system that can affect the blinkers, but I'd try the simple stuff first (checking fuses etc.)

If all else fails, you can give the Freightliner Help line a call... good people there who can help you.
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Sorry to take so long to post the "resolution" to this. We were on the road and I forgot about it because the turn signals mysteriously started working again.

I did find two addition boxes with relays and flashers in a small compartment under the compartment door that is over the side radiator.

After replacing the 7 to 4 pin adapter at the rear of the MH everything seems to be OK. It was sporadic before. It doesn't make sense that the adapter would make the flashers not work but after doing so they worked from Georgia to NY. Guess as long as they work I won't look a gift horse in the mouth.
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