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Old 03-28-2011, 03:41 AM   #15
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Well the blinking blue light issue has been resolved it is a security system my father in law forgot to give it to me as he pick up the coach for us when i mentioned something about an alarm a big grin came on his face and he walked over to his coach and retrieved what looks like a remote starter one click and no more blue light thank you all for your help..
glad you got it resolved.
just be glad the blue light is not flashing in your rear view mirrors.
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:04 AM   #16
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Well the blinking blue light issue has been resolved it is a security system my father in law forgot to give it to me as he pick up the coach for us when i mentioned something about an alarm a big grin came on his face and he walked over to his coach and retrieved what looks like a remote starter one click and no more blue light thank you all for your help..

Dang.. You mean I guessed it.. WOW!

I liked the response that mentioned the rear view mirror.

I used to work for that blue light.. though we used red at the "Company" I worked for (retired dispatcher)
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Thanks for the info I will try adding fluid.
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