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Old 08-26-2016, 06:22 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where the turn signal relay and four way relay is on a 2003 Allegro Bus.New to this RV

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Generally the flashers are with the other chassis fuses and relays. If either the turn or emergency flashers work, you might follow your ears to find them.


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agreed.. most have been moved to fuse box.. many years ago.

check the underside of fuse box lid.. may be printed there.
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Old 08-27-2016, 07:52 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Anglia48 View Post
Does anyone know where the turn signal relay and four way relay is on a 2003 Allegro Bus.New to this RV
Do you mean turn signal "flasher" and four way "flasher"?
(I question whether your 2003 Allegro Bus has either a "turn signal "relay" or a four way "relay").

On my coach 1 electronic flasher serves both the turn signals and the 4 ways.
It's located on the firewall below the drivers side windshield, (near the 12V fuse panels).

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