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Old 06-23-2021, 08:31 AM   #1
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No Right Turn Signal

Right turn signal not working.

I have been chasing a wire for my right turn signal going to my tow behind. The Coach a 2005 American Eagle has lost the ability to provide power to the right turn signal feeding the harness from the 7pin connector. so far I have verified the continuity through the harness from the Coach to the tow behind and the 7 pin. The 7 pin is not getting the voltage when the right directional is selected. The Coach is fine as well as the left directional on my tow behind. Iím told from Spartin that they did not have any relays controlling the directional on the 7 pin. Just to make sure i switched the relays that did control the Coach but no difference.I have also checked under the steering column for any problems, at this point I am lost as to where to look next.
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Since you have determined the wire is sound, by doing continuity checks, the problem must lie where the 7 pin harness meets the chassis harness. More specifically, where the turn signals connect with the chassis wiring. Find that point and you will likely find the culprit. What does the schematic show? Is that connection at the relay?
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Old 06-24-2021, 02:42 PM   #3
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I've had this happen all the time. I carry a spray can of electrical cleaner and apply it any time I connect. The beck of your RV is the dirtiest place in town. Try that first. I've even thought of putting the connector up higher in a less dirty place. Keep spraying.
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Old 06-24-2021, 03:55 PM   #4
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Right turn signal not working.

I have been chasing a wire for my right turn signal going to my tow behind. The Coach a 2005 American Eagle has lost the ability to provide power to the right turn signal feeding the harness from the 7pin connector. so far I have verified the continuity through the harness from the Coach to the tow behind and the 7 pin. The 7 pin is not getting the voltage when the right directional is selected. The Coach is fine as well as the left directional on my tow behind. I’m told from Spartin that they did not have any relays controlling the directional on the 7 pin. Just to make sure i switched the relays that did control the Coach but no difference.I have also checked under the steering column for any problems, at this point I am lost as to where to look next.
Do you have a simple 12 volt test light? Do the right turn lights on the coach flash? if yes then check at the round 7 connector for right signal flashing as well.
If you have that then check for 12 volts in the toads harness. Bulbs are good? How is the toad wired for lights from coach? Check connections at the diodes that were probably installed when toad was wired. (inside taillight area)
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:43 AM   #5
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Do you have a simple 12 volt test light? Do the right turn lights on the coach flash? if yes then check at the round 7 connector for right signal flashing as well.
If you have that then check for 12 volts in the toads harness. Bulbs are good? How is the toad wired for lights from coach? Check connections at the diodes that were probably installed when toad was wired. (inside taillight area)
Thank you for the help. I found my problem with a plug converter taped around a wire loom. Repaired system CRS ok.
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:47 AM   #6
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Thanks for the help found a plug converter taped to a wire loom under a frame rail. Replaced the converter and system ck out ok.
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