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Old 09-04-2013, 01:05 PM   #1
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Overhead Clearance light replacement - '99 Winnebago (HELP!)

Hello all...
I've been reading, and searching until I'm blue in the face.

I've got a '99 Winnebago Chieftain, and I'd like to replace the overhead clearance lights (5 amber in front, and 5 red in rear). They are NOT printed with any manufacturer name (all others, are glo-brite and printed on the lens as such) nor any markings other then DOT.

They are a 2 screw installation, and approx size is a 4 1/2 X 2 3/8".

With only the Winni PDF to go with, which tells me the actual part number from Winni... it's still not much luck to find a replacement.

Here's the parts I found in the PDF:

For the rears;
3 036196-01-000 EA BULB - 12V - #194 - .27 AMP - BAYONETTE
3 067789-02-000 EA SOCKET - LAMP
3 102540-01-000 EA SEAL - SCREW - ROUND - RUBBER
3 102582-01-000 EA BRACKET - LIGHT - CLEARANCE - L-SHAPED METAL - 2.2" X 4.7"

For the fronts;
9 036196-01-000 EA BULB - 12V - #194 - .27 AMP - BAYONETTE
9 067789-02-000 EA SOCKET - LAMP

If I do a google search on the "light" part numbers, I get more PDF files and a lack of manufacturer or any other notable information.

HAS ANYONE been able to find a direct replacement (in Incandescent or LED) that fits the coach and doesn't look like an "add on"?? I've read many forums who have claimed to replace them, but the they don't give specifics on EXACTLY which light they used to replace.

I'm eager to replace my leaking, moisture laden clearance lights.


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Old 09-04-2013, 04:27 PM   #2
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Remove 1 light and take it to a truck parts house. I recomend LED lamps.

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Old 09-04-2013, 04:35 PM   #3
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google bargman clearance / marker lights. find one that matches and napa, rv store or trailer supply store will fix you up
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Old 09-04-2013, 04:36 PM   #4
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Old 09-04-2013, 04:37 PM   #5
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They may be manufactured by "GROTE". They're one of the leading mfr.
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Old 09-04-2013, 04:46 PM   #6
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Old 09-04-2013, 11:58 PM   #7
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Thanks for all the responses, much appreciated.

But.... I guess I should rephrase my question(s) and concerns, and request for help....

As I know LEDs are the way to go....
I know I can call Winnebago and (possibly) buy originals...
I know I can pull the light, and shop around at local shops...
I know I can search the internet for a similar light...

It's not what I want to do, and not what I'm asking. I was hoping someone has done all this, and found results. Results in the form of a light, that is a direct replacement. Key word here; DIRECT REPLACEMENT. That person, would know the name of the light... where they bought it, and the cost. They'd know if it was direct fit or not... etc.etc.

I'm looking for someone, who has ALREADY done the leg work. As I've exhausted most all other avenues, for a DIRECT FIT light. Why should I run around if there's someone else who's already done so?!

So please... unless you know of a direct replacement that I'm looking for, or have information pertinent to my quest because you've gone down this road already... there's no need to reply. Otherwise, it seems... your posting what I already know and have already read. And it's just another guestimate to find a possible result. I'm looking for cold hard facts.


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