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Old 10-05-2016, 03:29 PM   #1
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Unhappy Drivers headlight out?

My driver side low beam (DRL) is out. I've swapped in 2 other bulbs and it still doesn't work. All 3 bulbs work in my wife's car. I have checked all the fuses in the two fuse blocks under the hood, one in the center over the radiator and one on the drivers side above the coach and chassis isolator relays. Is there another fuse block, maybe in the coach and if so, where? I would imagine they used two fuses, one for each side, so that if you blew a fuse, you wouldn't lose both headlamps. Help anyone?
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My driver side low beam (DRL) is out. I've swapped in 2 other bulbs and it still doesn't work. All 3 bulbs work in my wife's car. I have checked all the fuses in the two fuse blocks under the hood, one in the center over the radiator and one on the drivers side above the coach and chassis isolator relays. Is there another fuse block, maybe in the coach and if so, where? I would imagine they used two fuses, one for each side, so that if you blew a fuse, you wouldn't lose both headlamps. Help anyone?

It would help if you listed the year, make, model and chassis of your RV.
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Yes, that would be good, wouldn't it. 2000 Fleetwood Flair 32V on a F53 Ford chassis.
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