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Old 11-16-2013, 01:18 PM   #1
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Taillight and clearance light problems

I have a 2005 Gulf Stream Sun Voyager on a Workhorse W24 chassis. When I turn on the lights the headlights and front clearance lights on the coach work, but nothing else. The taillights, side lights and clearance lights lights on the back don't work. When I checked, the brake lights and turn signals work, but not the taillights. Does anyone know if there a fuse or breaker somewhere on the coach that controls these? Any help would be appreciated !
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Old 11-17-2013, 12:30 PM   #2
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I would start with a new bulb. Brake light is a dual filament bulb. One may be out. But it is unlikely both tail lights would fail at the same time, but it would be an easy test. Side marker lights are often out due to bad ground/ connection. Remove cover , wiggle bulb, see it it lights. Then look at inside of fuse box. It should tell you what fuse does what...
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