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Old 05-19-2013, 01:27 PM   #1
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Turn Signal Problem 99 Damon Intruder

I just purchased a 1999 Damon Intruder on a Ford chassis. When I got the unit, the trailer hitch electrical connector had been wiped off the trailer hitch after dragging the road surface. I replaced the seven blade connector but discovered a problem.

I have turn signals on the coach lights, but on the trailer hitch, I have a right turn signal but no left turn signal. And on the trailer hitch connector the trailer running lights blink rapidly. It appears to me (after tracing the wiring back to the first snap-in connector) that there are two turn signal circuits. One for the coach lights and one for the trailer hitch. Anyone have any thought about where my trailer hitch turn signal failure might be. Thanks.

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Old 05-20-2013, 01:20 AM   #2
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They have there own fuses and relays .Check fuses 6 and 12 in the fuse panel under the dash to the left of your left foot .The numbers should be marked on the cover I think .probably fuse 6 . Rapid flashing could be a short ,or a bulb out .
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