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Old 01-01-2020, 04:48 PM   #1
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Brake Lights Not Working on RV and Trailer

Posting this in case someone else has this issue. I have a 99 Bounder 28T and my brake lights were out on the RV and the trailer. Turned out to be a bad ground on my trailer plug which blew the 20 amp mini fuse in the fuse box under the instrument panel. Fixed the bad ground on the trailer plug and after figuring out the instrument panel would lift up after I unsnapped the strap holding it down (located under the steering wheel) I quickly found the fuse box under the instrument panel and replaced the bad fuse. Now brake lights on trailer and RV are working.
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good find. A bad ground is one of the most common 12V lighting problems. Usually a simple fix, but can sometimes be a bear to locate.
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