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Old 01-30-2011, 06:25 AM   #1
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Rear running light bulb access?

On a 2005 Pace arrow there are red rear running lights on the top left and right side. They don't appear to have screws to remove the cover/lens like the other running lights. they are oval in shape. Pretty high up there so I haven't gone up to hang over the edge yet (eek!) to fully check it out, but how do the covers come off to replace bulbs? If anyone knows the bulb number too that would save a couple of steps!

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If there are no screws then I can't see where it would be anything else other than a snap-on type of lens. Use a thin flat object like a thin nail file and see if you can feel an edge around the perimeter. My running lights at the top have like a recessed lip that the lens snaps down into under/around the weatherseal/gasket material so the edge of the outer lens isn't easily visible. It certainly looks deceiving but mine indeed do snap-on/off from the outside.
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If they are like the ones shown below (2006 Bounder), they are held in with tabs around the gasket. 94-Newmar is correct is saying you need a thin nail file or a thin flathead screwdriver to pop them off.

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Thanks for the replies, I'll try that.

Do you use a ladder or are they reachable from above safely?
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DH uses a ladder. Although reachable from leaning over the roof, not adviseable.

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I don't know if your coach will use the same bulb as my 98 American Eagle, but if it does they are the GE 67 DP for your front and rear running lights.

As they are both Fleetwood coaches, there is a chance that they are the same.

You can buy them at any automotive store under the Part Number 67 or 67LL (long life) in the bulb section. Seems like all the automotive bulb suppliers standardized on the same part numbers.

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I don't know if your coach will use the same bulb as my 98 American Eagle, but if it does they are the GE 67 DP for your front and rear running lights.

As they are both Fleetwood coaches, there is a chance that they are the same.

You can buy them at any automotive store under the Part Number 67 or 67LL (long life) in the bulb section. Seems like all the automotive bulb suppliers standardized on the same part numbers.

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.....He is correct about the front being 67's. I believe you will find the rear and any side lamps are 197.......normally called peanut bulb @ your local parts store. Wally World is best as well as best $$$$. Good luck, and please use a ladder!!!!
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