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Old 12-14-2014, 05:35 PM   #1
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dash switch function 07 intrigue

I relocated a friends 07 intrigue today and there were three rocker switches located upper left. One said boost and the other tow said upper/lower. Does anyone know what the upper/lower switches are for?

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I relocated a friends 07 intrigue today and there were three rocker switches located upper left. One said boost and the other tow said upper/lower. Does anyone know what the upper/lower switches are for?
The Upper/lower toggle switches may be tied to the operation of the mirror. Mine has the main mirror that is controlled by a toggle switch and if I want the upper or lower sections to be moved by that same toggle then I hit upper or lower on the rocker switch. Each mirror is divided into 3 sections to cover as much area as possible. I can move upper section up to watch for limbs as I'm backing into the RV spot. The lower section down to watch the curbs.

The boost switch usually refers to giving extra battery boost to the coach battery from the house battery in the event that the coach battery is low and the starter is not cranking over. As in the lights were left on while you were shopping and it won't start, hold down the boost for a few seconds and you will get it to crank.
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