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Old 10-11-2014, 07:24 AM   #1
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Okay I have multiple electrical light problems right now. We have replaced nearly every fuse and rewired all the connectors for the towed vehicle. Our current problems are: no dash gauge lights (all other dash lights functioning), no running lights down every, right turn signal flashes both turn signals on towed car, left does nothing on towed car, and taillights on towed vehicle don't work (brake lights do). Any help is appreciated, including a layout of the wiring on our RV!

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First off, if you unplug the toad, do the lights work as they should on the Coach?
With no dash lights, that usually is a sign of a blown fuse in the tail light circuit. You said you checked/changed all the fuses, so I would check the bulbs on the taillights of the coach, it could be a broken filament that is over top of the other filament. I would do all the troubleshooting with the toad unhooked, this separates the problems to either the coach, or the toad.
Get everything working like it should on the coach, then plug the toad in and see what happens.
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