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Old 09-07-2011, 03:06 PM   #1
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flashing lights

Does anyone know why the docking lights would flash on a 03 Fleetwood Revolution?

I noticed the lights on when we were getting it ready one day. I checked and they were still flashing while we were driving.

I'm clueless on this one.
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A automatic reset circuit breaker would cause this if it is breaking and resetting.
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Do you have the remote control door locks (key fob)? If so, the docking lights flash to indicate the locks cycles - one blink for lock and three blinks for unlock. If the lock controller malfunctions, the docking lights may blink continuously until you cycle the locks again (push the lock/unlock button on the remote). If that doesn't stop the blinking, then the lock controller has probably failed and needs to be replaced.
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How about a short between wires of the turn signals or flashers?
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