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Old 06-18-2017, 05:44 PM   #1
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08 Fleetwood discovery. My go light doesn't work at all. No light no movement nothing. Can anyone tell me where the fuse is located? Can't find anything online as how to troubleshoot. The red light on the remote comes on when turned on.
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08 Fleetwood discovery. My go light doesn't work at all. No light no movement nothing. Can anyone tell me where the fuse is located? Can't find anything online as how to troubleshoot. The red light on the remote comes on when turned on.
That's it.
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We have the same spot light on our '04 Itasca Horizon, 36GD with the C-7 330HP CAT. Ours has quit too. But, twice now, I've taken my 10' A-frame ladder and put it next to the windshield and climbed up to check things out. I had to make a special ultra-thin 2" Phillips bit to get into the tunnels for the two screws, that hold the top half to the bottom half. Once that's off, you'll see the guts of the thing, including the motor, some gears and all that.
But, un-plugging the main plugs up there, inside that light, and replugging them back in, has cured whatever issues it has, when it ceases to work.

I'm under the assumption that it's possible that there is some slight loss of connection in one or the other of those plugs I'm speaking of. In any case, it works after I've unplugged them and re-inserted them. I think the last time I did it, I got a small Q-tip and coated all the tangs of the little plugs with some dilectric grease. That was a while ago and, I've tested it a few times since and, it's still working.

Now, you ask about the fuse for it, can't even come close to telling you where it is. I've had lots of that wiring in the front end of our coach out and looking at it and, as of yet, I've not found the fuse for it. Someday.
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We have the same spot light on our '04 Itasca Horizon, 36GD with the C-7 330HP CAT. Ours has quit too. But, twice now, I've taken my 10' A-frame ladder and put it next to the windshield and climbed up to check things out. I had to make a special ultra-thin 2" Phillips bit to get into the tunnels for the two screws, that hold the top half to the bottom half. Once that's off, you'll see the guts of the thing, including the motor, some gears and all that.

But, un-plugging the main plugs up there, inside that light, and replugging them back in, has cured whatever issues it has, when it ceases to work.



I'm under the assumption that it's possible that there is some slight loss of connection in one or the other of those plugs I'm speaking of. In any case, it works after I've unplugged them and re-inserted them. I think the last time I did it, I got a small Q-tip and coated all the tangs of the little plugs with some dilectric grease. That was a while ago and, I've tested it a few times since and, it's still working.



Now, you ask about the fuse for it, can't even come close to telling you where it is. I've had lots of that wiring in the front end of our coach out and looking at it and, as of yet, I've not found the fuse for it. Someday.

Scott


Ok great! Thanks for your help. I'll get to it this week. Thanks again
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08 Fleetwood discovery. My go light doesn't work at all. No light no movement nothing. Can anyone tell me where the fuse is located? Can't find anything online as how to troubleshoot. The red light on the remote comes on when turned on.
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On my 04 Excursion, the fuse is located behind the cupholder tray below the dash.
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