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Old 03-24-2014, 06:31 AM   #1
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I've got a perplexing problem with the tow harness for my 2003 Liberty/2003 Dutch Star and hoping someone has some info that may help. Had Invisibrake installed at CW. Took it home to RV, plugged it in and had no Lt hand brake or turn signal. Coach worked, just no power to plug on rear of coach for toad. Tried Jeep on friends coach and every thing worked great. There a multi pin plug in the engine area that feeds all rear brake/marker/turn lights, and all wires have power except Lt turn/brake. So I'm wondering is there a fuse location for the tow harness hidden on coach somewhere. The main signal fuses under hood above gen are all good and as I said all coach lights function normally. Anyone had a problem like this?? Help!!

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Were the lights working prior to the Invisibrake installation? How far away is CW that installed the Invisibrake? I would think it's a broken wire or a wire pulled out from the connector.

I do not know of a fuse for one side only. Perhaps there is, but I would believe that is unusual.

If the light were working prior to the Invisibrake installation and are not now working, take the coach back to CW for repair.

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All the the lights work on both the coach and jeep unless the jeep tow harness is plugged into the coach to tow. Invisibrake install is correct as it works great on buddy's coach. Problem is no voltage to the left brake/turn wire which feeds the tow harness. Newmar said just cut the wire and jumper to the left brake/turn light on the coach. Just worried about damaging the coach wiring/ light system. But may be my only option. Going to do that tomorrow, I'll let y'all know if it works.
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