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Old 05-04-2016, 11:44 AM   #1
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Light problem

I have a 95 Coachman class c. Recently the rear lights on the driver side stopped working. The bulbs work and there is power to the connections, the turn signal, brake light, and hazards do not work. I have a car dolly in tow and those lights no longer work also. My son looked at all the fuses we could find, which were under the hood. He looked at the adaptor for the trailer lights and those wires didn't have the screws on the wires. But that doesn't account for the Rv lights which aren't working either way. Any ideas??

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Old 05-08-2016, 05:09 PM   #2
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If you've checked and are certain it's not a fuse, then the next step is to trace the wires looking for a ground. The turn signal and hazard lights are likely the same wire and the brake light a different wire. Look up the schematic for your vehicle to find the color code. Also, check the main ground to make sure it's solid, not likely that's the problem given the lights work on the passenger side, but strange things happen with electrical systems in vehicles! Hope this helps.

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Old 05-08-2016, 05:39 PM   #3
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The tail light bulbs have two filaments in them. One is lit by the parking lights, and the other by the brake (constant) or turn signal (interval). Can you explain a bit more what you observe when you say "The bulbs work, and there is power to the connections...?"
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