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Old 06-10-2007, 08:02 PM   #1
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I was trying to find the four way (emergency flashers) on the coach the other day. Am I missing something? I couldnt find them on the dash or in the documentation
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I was trying to find the four way (emergency flashers) on the coach the other day. Am I missing something? I couldnt find them on the dash or in the documentation
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On the column 8" below the steering wheel @ about the 8 o'clock position, a small tab that says "HAZARD"
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Hello Hugh:

The 4 way flasher switch should be on the Steering Column, you should pull the switch to turn them on and push to turn off. It should be at about the 7 o'clock position about 4 or 5 inches below the steering wheel.
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Old 06-12-2007, 02:03 PM   #5
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E-Mike and Dave,
THANKS!!! I found it.. the steering wheel is now in the up "stored" position and quite easy to find. I thought I had used them once before but when i couldnt find them again I was baffled. Started think that "Old Timers" disease was starting to set in!
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Welcome to the "CRS" Club, (Can't Remember @*%!)
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Dave,
I think I've been in that club for some time
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