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Old 04-13-2016, 10:00 PM   #1
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Marker lights not working. Minnie Winnie

I have a 2002 minnie winnie 24. The 5 cab markers lights on front and back have never worked. The ones on the sideS all work. How to start the troubleshooting? I can't figure out which fuse they are tied to.
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Did you check to make sure all your fuses are hot? Someone may have pulled the blown fuse, and not replaced it.
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According to the wiring diagrams ("Auto Lamps Wiring Diagram") available at this link, the front and rear clearance/marker lights are tied to the same wiring as the side clearance/marker lights. That tells me it's likely not a problem with a fuse. I could be reading the diagrams incorrectly, though.

This coach is built on a 2001 or 2002 Ford E-350/450 chassis, yes?
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Yes 2002 ford e450
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Where Can I get this wiring diagram?
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If you click on the words "this link" in my post #3, it will take you to Winnebago's wiring diagram index page. On the page, select your coach's model year (on the left) and then click on your model (on the right). A list of diagrams then shows on the right. The diagram with the clearance lights is the "Auto Lamps Wiring Diagram." I count 12 diagrams for your year and model.

Besides the wiring diagrams, Winnebago has other reference material on its Web site. The enter your year and model on this Web page

Winnebago Product Information | Motorhome & RV Information

and at the bottom of the page will be a list of resources (plumbing diagrams, paint codes, etc.).
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Thank you. We will see if I can figure it out.
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I had the same problem, it was just corroded contacts at the bulbs, a few were burnt out, I'd check that first.
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