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Old 10-29-2013, 06:06 PM   #1
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Rear turn signal '99 Pace Arrow

Hello, I do not have left turn signal on the back. The front is fine and flashes normally. Is there a place I can find a wiring diagram to trouble shoot the system? My unit is a 1999 Pace Arrow Vision, 36 feet.
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Welcome to irv2. Call FW 800-322-8216. They'll email it to you ( if they still have it )
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:29 AM   #3
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Try this; Have someone watch the left turn light, turn on the left turn signal with key on, wiggle the hazzard switch. If the left light just blinks once or comes back on you will need a mulifunction switch. Because the right works we know the flasher is good and fuse is good. Does the brake light on that side work?
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Old 10-30-2013, 04:00 AM   #4
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I called FW and they no longer have it. I will try again because the person I talked with seemed a litttle unsure of what they were doing. I have been doing what little trouble shooting I've managed so far using a mirror to see lights. I should have help watching today when wife returns.
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:40 AM   #5
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Have you removed the light cover and checked the socket? The sockets are prone to failure. Next is the plug that Fleetwood supplies to hook to the chassis wire bundle. Ford and Chevy supply the wire bundle to the rear of the chassis. Fleetwood supplies the pigtail wiring from the chassis to the lights. These plugs quite often get corroded.
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Check the flasher that should be on your fuse panel. We had the same problem, front lights flashed, back lights stayed solid. We had two flashers, one for left and one for the right. Replaced the left flasher and everything back to normal.
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I found today that the trailer plug has no power for the left turn signal either. I guess my next move is to trace the wire backwards from the trailer plug and/or the left rear turn signal pins until I find power. Not sure I can do this all along the harness until taking a better look underneath. If I had a wiring diagram it would make life a lot easier. (if color coded anyway)
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I haven't found the fuse panel under the hood or under the dash. Are they inclosed in a box?
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I haven't found the fuse panel under the hood or under the dash. Are they inclosed in a box?
What chassis do you have? The circuits you are involved with are not Fleetwood provided. They are either Ford or GM.
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Mine which is a Chevy p30 is located under the dash the whole dash is hinged at the back and lifts forward
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I have the Ford. I will look again today but I didn't see where the dash was hinged. My Coachmen was a P30 and hinged so I am familiar with that.
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You have a ford , I have a Chevy sorry no help here
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