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Old 04-29-2016, 01:18 PM   #1
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We have a 2004 Winnebago brave when driving with the headlights on an alarm came on and now the left turn signal light stays on when the key is on, and the battery went dead overnight for the first time.

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An "alarm" could be a bunch of things, but doesn't sound like it is related to your other woes. Maybe a leveling jack not registering its "stowed" position, or a sensor for the roof antenna, or LP gas detector or...

Turn signal is often just a defective bulb on a front or rear turn light, but might laos be the switch itself (the one on the steering column).

Which batteries are dead, house or chassis? When driving, or while camped somewhere.

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Old 04-29-2016, 08:48 PM   #3
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Low voltage will cause less current to flow in a resistive load such as bulb.

Less current could stop a flasher from flashing.

Dead battery and other symptoms indicate poor connections causing low voltage.

Get a voltmeter and start at the battery and work towards fuse panels and loads.

Confirm ground are good too.
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