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Old 04-03-2011, 04:33 PM   #1
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Dash switch ?

I have switch on my dash of my 1992 coachman sportscoach class a diesel 32 ft if anyone have any idea what this switch is for

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I'll bet it's for heated mirrors.
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looks like your heated mirror switch
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heated mirror switch x 3
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Old 04-03-2011, 04:53 PM   #5
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That what I though but have you ever seen a non power heated mirror

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No question the icon is a mirror with a resistor (Heater element) behind it. Got to be the mirror heater.
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maybe a oil heater for the block
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I think it's for the mirrors I found the block heater switch In back hallway bottom of the wall thanks guys for your help appreciated
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I think it's for the mirrors I found the block heater switch In back hallway bottom of the wall thanks guys for your help appreciated
Just a thought. Having the switch does not mean the feature was installed on the coach. If it lights up when turned on, then I would guess it is installed. Turn it on and breathe fog on the mirror and see if a heating element pattern emerges.

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