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Old 09-10-2016, 08:40 PM   #1
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Electrical problems

Lost my tail lites but have the center lite. got turn signals but no clearance lite and side lites.

anyone got any suggestions?

we have checked for a ground and that seems to be ok

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Probably a fuse....but a shorted wire could have blown the fuse.
Side clearance and tail lights are on the same circuit.

Your chassis come without a body, but I think the fuses for these are in the Chassis fuse area...not real sure about your model.

How about front parking lights??

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Got the same problem with my 1999 seaview

Where is the chassis fees box located?

I have only owned this vehicle 6 weeks and don't have a manual

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Got the same problem with my 1999 seaview

Where is the chassis fees box located?

I have only owned this vehicle 6 weeks and don't have a manual

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The Freightliner chassis fuses are in the compartment with your chassis battery. Usually PS rear nxt to tires.

Since the body builder actually adds the lights, not sure if they put in an additional fuse...hope not because it would not be needed.
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