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Old 02-23-2015, 05:21 PM   #1
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I recently had a front steer tire blow-out and my head lamps don't work , can find any type of wiring schematic to Fix my head lamps were could I get this information

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Need to know what you have: coach, chassis, maybe pics? I would suspect the common power wire is broken somwhere. Do the other lights work? Our fuse panel for the front of moho is under the dash for instance.

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1994 fleetwood southwind on chevy workhorse chassis . Any idea were I could get wiring schematics
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All the front head lamps and turn signal dont work
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On our 87 Southwind on a Chevy P30 chassis has all the front light wiring going through the left front tire area. I would look around the tire that blew out for any damaged wiring. Sorry, I do not know where to get a schematic for the wiring.
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