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Old 09-24-2016, 03:20 PM   #1
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Neptune map lights

I have a 2007 Holiday Rambler Neptune XL and the map lights under the front TV do not work and neither does the fan on the passengers side of the TV box. Both of these items and the TV selector switch all seem to be tied together and none of them work. Does anyone have a clue on how to get them working? I have tried to find a fuse but so far have had no luck.
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I know this is an old post but I have the same issue on the same coach. I'm wondering if you ever found out how to get your map lights to turn on? The headlight knob does not have a "dome light" function like some have, and there is no console switch for the map lights.
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I know this is an old post but I have the same issue on the same coach. I'm wondering if you ever found out how to get your map lights to turn on? The headlight knob does not have a "dome light" function like some have, and there is no console switch for the map lights.
Push up on one side (either side, actually) and they come on. At least mine do. There is a fuse too...
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Unfortunately mine don't appear to work that way. There is an on-off switch beside each map light. The bulbs have intact filaments, and the switches are on. Also the fuse in the compartment with 12v marked "map lights" is good.

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Push up on one side (either side, actually) and they come on. At least mine do. There is a fuse too...
It won't help as your's are different than mine, I wanted to correct what I said above (why can't we edit our posts?)

In my Ambassador, I have to push the rear of the light to turn it on, not the side. The side just rotates the light from side to side. Rear push turns on/off.
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I finally found a fuse for the map lights and fan in the Fuse Box on the drivers side front outside compartment in front of the wheel. I believe the fuse number is 4-53 Map Light but not absolutely sure. In the owners manual it shows to be a 7.5amp. Look Section 9 page 167 of your owners manual. If you don't have a manual you can download one off the internet, that's what I did.
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