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Old 07-09-2016, 10:18 PM   #1
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Need chassis fuse locations 02 Bounder 39z

My right turn signal is inoperable with a good bulb in it. I would like to check the fuse but I do not know which fuse box is the right one or the specific fuse that controls this. Help please
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Right turn signal gets the same power through the flasher and the signal light fuse as the left signal so if the left side works , the fuse isn't the issue .
Bunch of questions.
Will the signal flash with the hazard switch on?
Is the problem at the front , rear or both?
What chassis is your coach built on?
Have you tested the socket for power with a test light or volt meter ?
Checked the socket ground wiring with an ohm meter?
Does the park light work at that location ?
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Welcome to irv2.
What chassis do you have. This will assist as other members with a similar one may have your answer.

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Right turn signal gets the same power through the flasher and the signal light fuse as the left signal so if the left side works , the fuse isn't the issue .
Bunch of questions.
Will the signal flash with the hazard switch on?
Is the problem at the front , rear or both?
What chassis is your coach built on?
Have you tested the socket for power with a test light or volt meter ?
Checked the socket ground wiring with an ohm meter?
Does the park light work at that location ?
It is just the rear and it does not work with hazzards. My Bounder is built on a freightliner chassis. The rest of the lights like the running lights the brake light etc all work on that side only turn light inop.
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What chassis do you have. This will assist as other members with a similar one may have your answer.

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Freightliner chassis
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If the bulb is the same for the brake light and signal light and the brake light works , then you could have a problem in the turn signal switch.
Internal contacts in the signal switch , interrupt the brake light power flow and then supply power from the flasher down the same wire to the rear of the coach .

Contact Freightliner's free help line , have your serial number handy.
Ask them to send you a wiring schematic and the wiring diagrams for your chassis, and inquire about joining " Access Freightliner " takes a while but you get online access to info for parts and wiring for your chassis.

1-800-385-4357

You probably going to have to check the wiring for the signal switch at the base of the steering column to make sure the switch is sending the power to the rear when it should. The schematic will tell you which wire to test.

EDIT: BTW, if you take a moment and click on the " Quick Links " drop box ,in the dark blue bar under your welcome message , then click " Edit Signature " . You can type in your coaches info , and click "Save Signature " at the bottom of the page , then your info will automatically appear below your posts and you won't have to type it in every time. As my info does below this post.
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