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Old 07-15-2014, 09:47 AM   #1
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light problems

Hi folks; I'm new and pleased to meet ya.I have a 2002 winabago. The other day I caught the right rear light housing and it fell off.I put it back together with no problem(all wires still connected with squeeze clips.First I lost the right directional so I connected it to the trailer connecter and it worked,then the next day I had no directionals and the directional lights on the dash don't work.It's going in for repairs but I'm wondering if any of you have run into a confusing light situation. Thanks Don

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Old 07-15-2014, 11:43 AM   #2
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Crossed wiring may have taken out the signal light fuse or even the flasher. So testing both is in order.
The dash indicators are usually on the same feed as the front signal lights, so I'm thinking you have no signals front or rear.
Are the brake lights working ? May have blown that fuse too.

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Any chance that when the light assembly fell off that a wire became exposed and is shorting? Or the connections aren't tight? check fuses? any in line fuses?
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