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Old 06-07-2016, 04:34 PM   #1
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So I'm getting closer to getting my rig, 2004 fleetwood fiesta 26Q. I have noticed that the headlights are really fogged over. I have fixed these things before but was wondering if anyone had done a conversion from an automotive headlight to the RV in this case. I know there are many people say that most of the time the part number crosses over to a car headlight number, does anyone have the info on this model or a good place to order them online.
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You can call Fleetwood and ask them. (Have you VIN number) They should be able to tell you what car your headlights are from. You can also save money by looking at an auto salvage for them. If they're in good condition who cares where they came from.

Good luck!
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Most of the headlight units are from automotive uses. There is a DOT number on the lens. Get it and search for it, that's what I did for the headlights on our rig last year when an adjuster broke.
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we did the same thing (found out what car it came from). The only advice I will give you is to keep the original adjusting screws as they were longer than the replacement lights came with and that additional length was needed!
Try these folks for a source: BuyRVLights
Filling in your model and year in the boxes at the top brought up several choices.
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I also replaced the bulbs with LED's, did have to modify the housing to fit the heat sink and fan.
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Can any one help me find the switches on the lights in the under coach storage compartments on my 1997 Sea Breeze by national.
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Can any one help me find the switches on the lights in the under coach storage compartments on my 1997 Sea Breeze by national.
You should start a separate post for this.
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