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Old 06-26-2018, 11:25 PM   #1
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Replacement "Dock Light"

My 2008 KSDP 3623 has four "Dock Lights" on the exterior. I'm calling them Dock Lights because that's how Newmar labeled the switch on the dashboard for them.

There are two on each side, mounted low. They're about 6 1/4 long by 2 1/4" wide -- and oval -- and white/clear. They mount in a thick black rubber grommet thing -- no screws. And the plug that plugs into the back is fairly unique. My passenger side front one doesn't work and I'd like to replace it. But with what?

These are sealed waterproof fixtures (you can't replace just the bulb). On the lens it says "IPP 2R2ST 00".

I Googled this part number and came up with several brands of similar lights. Apparently they're trailer turn signal lights -- with dual filaments. But Newmar only connected one set of filaments.

The problem is, I can't find any clear or white ones. All I find are red ones.

Does anybody have a better part number or cross-reference for replacements?
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Stop in at any highway truck shop. They should have just what you want. We used them lots at the Peterbilt shop I worked at. They probably even have them in LED.
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We put LED replacement docking light which are are direct replacement and were extra bright for night docking. Were listed as reverse lights for trucks.
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Thanks guys, but before I get a new replacement light, I need to figure out why no power is reaching that plug! Oh swell. Probably need a new plug.

Thanks for the report that the new L.E.D. versions are much brighter. That's probably the direction I'll go -- once I get power to the plug again.

One step at a time.
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Those are the ones! Lots of trucks use them, cheap, simple and bright. LED's are almost all the trucks use these days. So much less power needed and wire connections are not as critical, due to the lower amperage load.
Corrosion is still a problem, so a dab of grease on all connections will save you from a lot of headaches. As a matter of fact, most quality lights will come with a bit of di-electric grease on the contacts when you buy them.
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