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Old 09-19-2017, 03:48 PM   #1
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Fog lights both out

Both fog lights quit working on my 2008 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40SFT at the same time. Both the fuse and the relay are good. Checked plugs located by the lights in the generator compartment. The fog light switch on the side panel lights up when put in the on position, but no lights. Stumped. Any other ideas would be welcomed! Thanks
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There is a chance that they both burned out at the same time. Have you checked for voltage at the light?
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Check the voltage at the bulb socket, it could be that it's simply the bulbs are burned out.
Maybe they didn't both burn out at the same time, but burned out separately and you just noticed after the 2nd one??
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Also check ground at bulb socket.
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Check the voltage at the bulb socket, it could be that it's simply the bulbs are burned out.
Maybe they didn't both burn out at the same time, but burned out separately and you just noticed after the 2nd one??
That is a good possibility. I've had truckers come into the shop complaining that their low beams weren't working. One had been out for a while and then the last one burns out and suddenly they are scratching their head!
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I believe the fog lights will not work if the high beams are on.

A voltmeter at the connector(s) will tell you if the problem is with the bulbs or upstream of that.
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Both fog lights quit working on my 2008 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40SFT at the same time. Both the fuse and the relay are good. Checked plugs located by the lights in the generator compartment. The fog light switch on the side panel lights up when put in the on position, but no lights. Stumped. Any other ideas would be welcomed! Thanks


GCS check your high beams. Also check all grounds to fog lights and switches. If you have voltage could be both bulbs.
I have two duplicate fog light assemblies if they are the same as yours.
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Fog lights both out

Thanks all for the great input! I'll check voltage at the bulb sockets and also check grounds, and keep my fingers crossed! i never considered both bulbs going out at the same time (although I must admit Cindy did!).
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Neither of my fog lights worked in my 2001 HR Scepter when we bought it July 2016. I checked everything suggested above and could not figure out the problem. I ended up running a new wire from the dash switch to the lights and now they both work. Very simple job because of the generator slide out making it super easy to access the fog lights and run a new wire to the dash.
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