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Old 08-28-2013, 06:01 PM   #15
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Hey Gmadams --

I had the same issue -- warning light not working -- First I made sure that brakes were working by having wife apply in MH while I was standing next to toad -- then felt OK about driving.

Funny thing was that the 20 second warning still worked -- but not the light -- this rarely happens when I am driving (am cautious about it) but when it did, I started to think that maybe the bulb was blown out.

BINGO -- had mechanic test circuit and then patch on another little red light -- the OEM light didn't last and the bulb cannot be replaced --

Test the circuit at the dashboard and see if it's not the bulb

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Old 08-29-2013, 09:11 AM   #16
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Speaking of umbicials... Just had a Remco Lube pump put on my new used car.. Well it went on well and tested fine, so did the wiring on the motor home, but when we plugged 'em in together........ Major fuse blow.

Turns out there was a short in the umbicial cord, one end the red wire was a bit long and when the cover was slid on it sliced through the insulation and created a direct short.

Home is where I park it!
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