Recently purchased a 37ft 2005 Kountry Star DP. Signal and hazard lights stopped functioning a few days ago. Fuse is not blown. I suspect it is the flasher but I am unable to find it. Does any one know where it is located in this coach.
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Some coach's have a removable panel on top of dash board and fuse panels under in with signal devises under it.
If thats not the case look under the dash near steering column and maybe taped to wiring harness under there.
No cabinet above genset. My coach has an outside compartment on drivers side infront of front wheel that contains relays,breakers and a number of fuses. The fuse for signal lights is in this compartment but no relays. No fuse panel under dash. Newmar tech support cannot find missing flashers on their drawings.
Thanks for all the suggestions. As it turns out, I was looking for flashers that dont exist. The signal and hazard light funtions are integrated in the
"Head Light Control Module" which in this coach is in the drivers side outside compartment. Freightliner tech support steered me in the right direction. Apparently the original HLCM had some problems and an upgraded one is available (Freightliner P/N 06-54581-000). Plug in the new module and problem solved.
Thanks again I went from to.