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Old 10-22-2012, 11:44 PM   #1
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Jayco Eagle running lights

I just purchased my first RV. I have been very busy fixing all the things that were a problem. I had to put a new fuel filter and pump on generator, added new fuel and filter as the camper sat for 2 years, fixed all the blinds and cleaned her all up. The last issue I have to fix is the clearance lights on front of rv. None of them are lighting up. Could this be a bulb fuse or plug issue?
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:20 AM   #2
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You might try a test light to see if you are recieving power to the lights. If no power you will need to trace back to the fuse box. Hope you find it
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You might try a test light to see if you are recieving power to the lights. If no power you will need to trace back to the fuse box. Hope you find it
Equally important is a ground circuit. You MUST HAVE both,power and ground for any thing operated by electricity to work.

Do the rear clearance lights work OK?
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Yes all the other lights on vehicle work. Only the front strip on upper cab dont light.
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