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Old 09-28-2017, 04:02 PM   #1
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Rear Turn signal location 2004 Navigator

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My turn in the barrel

My right rear turn signal is in-op all others both front and rear are working properly only the left rear is in-op.

I see no fuse in any box either front or rear marked Turn signal(s).

I believe I have tested every fuse in both front and rear boxes and they test fine.

I followed the harness from the trailer plug up and see nothing at all as far as fuses.

Power is supposed to come in on the green wire and the is no power when the right turn signal is actuated.

I've checked the turn signal converter and it has no power on the green wire (rt side) either in or out, however, the yellow wire ( left side ) has power in and out like it should when the left the turn signal is actuated.

Im quite sure it's a fuse and feel pretty stupid right now because I can't seem to find a right turn signal fuse ..... or any fuse marked turn signal for that matter.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance
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Old 09-28-2017, 10:06 PM   #2
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You mentioned your trailer plug. Can you clarify is it the motorhome right rear turn signal or is it the toads right rear turn signal? On my 2006 Diplomat they are totally different circuits and fuses. The fuses for my toad connection is in the fuse panel front bay under the driver seat
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You mentioned your trailer plug. Can you clarify is it the motorhome right rear turn signal or is it the toads right rear turn signal? On my 2006 Diplomat they are totally different circuits and fuses. The fuses for my toad connection is in the fuse panel front bay under the driver seat
No power to the right rear turn signal on the coach and the trailer plug.

Everything else works fine.

What I really need is a wiring diagram of how the turn signals are wired and also any fuse locations

I have checked both the front left and the right rear power distribution box fuses and all the fuses test good with a test light.

Also, I have read every fuse label 3 times in all the power distribution boxes and don't see any fuses marked Turn signal at all. So at this point, I'm wondering if there is a fuse panel/box inside the coach. I checked all the fuse in the closet and none pertain to any chassis wiring.

Thanks for your response.
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No power to the right rear turn signal on the coach and the trailer plug.

Everything else works fine.

What I really need is a wiring diagram of how the turn signals are wired and also any fuse locations

I have checked both the front left and the right rear power distribution box fuses and all the fuses test good with a test light.

Also, I have read every fuse label 3 times in all the power distribution boxes and don't see any fuses marked Turn signal at all. So at this point, I'm wondering if there is a fuse panel/box inside the coach. I checked all the fuse in the closet and none pertain to any chassis wiring.

Thanks for your response.
With the KiSS method have you tested the Light Bulb - only reason I ask is I know it can Happen.

Next check any Connector including the last to see if it is not corroded.

Last go back to the Fuse box - if you are in the right box it's there - just needs to be found.

I often take a picture of the box - Post it on the Computer - Blow it up then look over/Read to see.

As you have a Holiday Rambler, I'm not the guy to have the Diagram or location.

Owners Group is your best bet.

Best of Luck,
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