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Old 12-19-2012, 07:12 PM   #1
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clearance lights don't work

metal ground is old so circuit won,t complete.What is the best way to fix it.1976 dodge jamboree 20ft.Class C
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First stat at the battery negative post and insure that the cable terminal and post are clean and tight. Second be sure the cable itself is good, not corroded, broken strands or burnt. Find the attachment to the frame remove and clean this connection very well and re-connect. Test the lights and any circuits for the chassis side of the coach. Any circuit that does have a 12 vdc + but not a good ground will have to have the same inspection of connections or much easier just add another good ground conductor from a good ground to the loads.
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