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Old 08-01-2019, 10:36 AM   #1
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Dash warning lights inop

We are looking at a 98 American Tradition. 8.3 Cummins on a Spartan chassis. Dash warning lights are inoperative. All the gauges work, and the warning buzzers are operative, but no warning lights. Has anyone experienced this and what was the cause and fix?
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Check for any blown fuse?
There's a fuse box in front of driver, under top of dash, just ahead of instrument panel. The fuse diagram should be a decal under that panel.

When you turn key on but not start engine, you should have a Amber wait to start light, a low air psi, and engine warning....all on a small panel right side of dash under a/c controls and above radio, as well as the strip above the left side switchs... you saying none of these come on?

My gut feeling tells me the buzzer works, perhaps the circuit is good. You may want to remove the warning light panel and check for power at the bulb socket, or blown bulbs...
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There's more than a few of us here that have that coach, any other questions or concerns on it, ask away!
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Mack, thanks for your help. The dash on a 98 is slightly different. All the warning lights are just above the radio. Your dash has them split in the 3 locations. Never the less; no warning lights come on when you turn on the key. Bulbs being out for all the lights is a very low probability. I'll have to check for a fuse. The present owner is ambivalent during this process. My step-son is wanting to buy this coach so this is one of our concerns with purchasing.
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