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Old 04-06-2013, 04:42 PM   #1
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Front Clearence Lights

Looking for the location for the fuse for the front clearence lights. Have looked in the fuse boxs in the engine compartment and under the instrument panel. All fuses appear to be good. Am I missing one or where should I recheck?
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Did you locate the fuse for the lights in the manual?
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I had an AH HA moment the other day looking for clearance lights on the front of the coach. Looked at the fuses, all were good. My back lights were good,couldn't figure it out. Started the coach, front clearance lights are working. Whoo knew they were tied into the key switch versus light switch. It might be your solution.
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Old 04-06-2013, 05:03 PM   #4
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Lights

I believe the fuse to be in the panel that is located under the instrument panel. They are all good. That is where the manual says yhe fuse is.
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Check the fuse with the light tester it should be dead until the lights are turned on, I would check the sockets at the lights too bulbs could be bad also check there with the tester just get a extended wire use for the ground on the tester and check the sockets clean the inside with some sandpaper or contact cleaner spray.
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