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Old 06-04-2011, 12:13 PM   #1
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we have a 2002 Fleetwood Discovery. The right tail light is not working, but the break light is working. We assumed it was a fuse. The diagram in the Owners Manual is not the same as the one we have. We have 3 rows of fuses with 4 fuse in each row. Which one is the right tail light?
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Most likely the bulb is bad, if stop light is working but tail light is not. Try switching bulb with the otherside of your coach. Tail light bulbs have a double filament, one for tail light and one for stop light.
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Is this a dual filament bulb? If so, just replace it. That's where I'd start.
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In case some of you don't know what dual filament means. If you take out the bulb, most older ones push in and twist CC wise. Take a look inside, a single filament will have two little wires sticking up with a spring like wire between. A dual will have two, usually one is a little shorter. If one is burned out you may be able to see it broken. The bottom of a single has only one contact, dual has two. The idea is the tail light and stop are in a single bulb.

Swapping the bulbs is an easy test but if you have it out anyway for the small price I would get a couple replacements. Nice to have on hand anyway. This may not be the case with newer bulbs. I replaced a headlight bulb in my SUV and was shocked at not only how pricey but how much stuff you had to remove just to get the old one out.
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Is this a dual filament bulb? If so, just replace it. That's where I'd start.
If it's got a round base it should be a #1157.
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