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Old 06-29-2016, 08:10 PM   #1
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1998 Pace Arrow turn signals

Just purchased a 1998 Pace Arrow Vision 37Z. One of the turn signals blinks very fast like car and trailer do when a bulb is burned out, however all the signals do light very faintly on one side so I am wondering what is causing this. I have not removed the lenses so it is possible there are 2 bulb in a fixture but I doubt it. Any suggestions? Also none of the docking lights work and not sure how to access them as it must be from the inside because there are no outside screws like the turn signals.

Appreciate suggestions.

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Old 06-29-2016, 09:17 PM   #2
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When you see fast flashing and dim lights its almost always a ground connection... this can be at the lens (light fixture). by pulling the lens/housing and checking the wiring and making sure there is a good ground... I've often found those blue 3M scotch locks and find them the problem... or a connection between a copper wire, aluminum light assembly and steel ground...

sometimes you find this in minutes, sometimes hours...

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Old 06-29-2016, 09:19 PM   #3
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If the flasher is over loaded , by a bulb with a crossed filament ; that could be try in to flash all the park lights ; it will flash quickly .
Dim bulbs are usually a sign of a bad system ground.
Sorry can't help with the docking lights, bulb access, but some coaches are wired up so they only work in reverse.
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