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Old 09-19-2017, 05:48 PM   #1
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No brake lights on 2008 Contessa

2008 Contessa. We have no brake lights on the coach. Have turn signals, taillights, headlights, markers everything else just no brake lights.
Have checked all the fuses. They all seem to look good however, can someone pinpoint the exact fuse that this would be? Also is there some other place to be looking for a possible pressure sensor something along that line?
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I'm familiar with a few different configurations; my present coach has 2 taillight assemblies on each side of the coach. They are stacked, one above the other. When my brake-lights went out, it ended up being the removeable socket. I don't know why, but one socket on each side was corroded - both were for the brake-lights. I never had a fuse blow.
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Old 09-20-2017, 12:49 PM   #3
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Found it! F81
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Found it! F81
I had ptoblems,with that when I first bought our Contessa. Recognized the fuse location! Blew a few times, now it has been fine ever since.
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