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Old 05-28-2017, 12:14 PM   #1
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Angry Help can't find hazard relay!

2004 fleetwood fiesta 31H

My hazard lights are not working. Checked so far:
Steering control switch,
All relays I can find (turn signal at the base of the steering column works fine).
Ripped the dash out and there are two other relays on a bank unit that do not effect the lights so I think they are for the blower motor, checked with multi- meter.
All bulbs work when using the turn signal.
Searching through other posts there seems to be some RVs with two relays but others with one.
Can someone tell me is this the case for my model?
As it seems to point to a relay, also I'm not sure if it's related but the running light fuse also keeps blowing.

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Is your coach on a Ford or Workhorse chassis?

2008 Holiday Rambler Admiral 30PDD (Ford F-53 chassis)
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It's on the ford chassis and the fuse that keeps blowing is under the hood it's the 20Amp mini fuse in the center fuse box not the battery control panel box which is the other one in there.
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Thank you

Hey just noticed that it was you answering my other thread so I'll see if I can close this one. Thank you for the wiring diagram.
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