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Old 03-31-2016, 05:23 PM   #1
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Angry 1990 Mallard motorhome Sprinter Ford 460

i think my turn signal switch is bad ,when you turn steering when it blows fuse to flasher and brake light. i orgered one,but it does not have enough wires as in it now. were can i get a complete turn signal switch. the steering wheel is a oshkosk wheel, the motor home is on a oshkosh frame.


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I pulled the switch on my Oshkosh and cross referenced the part number on the switch at a local parts store, it was a Ford unit.

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1990 mallard motorhome.

what i was trying to say about my motorhome is when turning steering wheel it blows the 15 amp fuse to brake lights and emergency flasher. i thought it might be the whole turn signal switch. got the number off the wire bundle . ordered it ,but when you match it up with the one installed now the new one is short one wire. it is a ford 460 on oshkosh frame.
any advise would be greatly appr. THE motorhome is in excellent shape with 44,000 miles.

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