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Old 03-25-2011, 01:50 PM   #15
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Thanks for the suggestion. To tell you the truth, I had that problem (without the fuses blowing) when the coach was a year old. So, with that in mind, it was the second thing I checked (the wires were all as tight as when I secured them in 07). I imagine a lot of RVers don't realize that could be a problem (I didn't until I took it apart and saw how it was not secured properly). Amazing how something you don't expect can slow/stop you, and finding a solution is not in the book!!Thanks again.
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I couldn't figure out why every time I switched lanes my Grandson said"there's another guy giving you the finger". No telling how long they were out. They work on the dash and side lites but blank in the rear.
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Interesting that you mention that. On the return from California I noticed an irate trucker pass me (after I gave him room entering from a weigh station, and then went in front of him), and he laid on his horn and was very upset. In hindsight I would say that my rear signals were not working at that time, but, as you say, there is no indication of that while driving/signaling (such as a faster blinking noise in a car). Probably was doing the same gesture to me, but my grandson is in New York! Thanks again for the advice.
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