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Old 10-20-2021, 09:40 AM   #1
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Turn Signals Failed

Coming back from a wine country safari, The 7 pin cable from coach to toad got damaged and we lost right side lights on the toad only. Left side and all coach functions remained normal. I figured no big deal, repair cable and back in business. Got home disconnected toad, unloaded and restarted coach to park it. After disconnecting the cable, I now have no turn signals on coach at all, neither right nor left. Again figured no big deal, a fuse popped. Well, after complete inspection, all fuses listed for flasher and turn signals check just fine. There is no dash indication for turn signals either. Anyone have thoughts on where to look on a dynamax for something else controlling or involved with the blinkers? Or any thought about what may have failed? Seems really strange to me that damage would result and not take out the fuses designed to protect.
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Old 10-20-2021, 10:35 AM   #2
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Don't know if what you experienced would damage the flasher for the turn signals but you might check that. If your 4-way flashers work I don't think it would be the turn signal flasher.
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Old 10-20-2021, 05:46 PM   #3
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I'm guessing theres a fuse or flasher somewhere that's bad..

When I rewired my electric fan controller, reconnecting the broke wires took out the coolant temp sensor fuse which strangely enough didnt allow the Allison tranny panel to power up and the coach wouldnt start...

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Old 10-23-2021, 09:02 PM   #4
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Well.it is terrible when things fix themselves. Afte3r making no progress while thinking about the issue, I reseated all the related fuses and restarted the coach. Of course now everything is fine, turn signals and 4 way flasher perform as intended. Stupid. Will go to store and purchase a few sets of new fuses , many of these fuses are likely original and now 12 years old.
While messing around I also took the time to change headlights to LED and replace rear bulbs also with LED. Big change in the rear, but the headlights, wow. 16,000 lumens and tiny cooling fans on the back end of the 9007 bulb assemblies. I can now actually aim them as before the dim yellow headlight previously was too indistinct to work with.
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Old 10-24-2021, 01:32 AM   #5
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The tow board in my 2007 Allure has its own fuses. It is located in the upper right of my engine Bay behind its own metal cover.

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Which LED bulbs did you purchase?
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Sorry for delay, on the road for a while. This is what I bought, need to modify lock ring a bit due to the external pigtail connection, but otherwise all ok


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Thanks Jonathan

What type of model did you have to add to lock ring?

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because these lamp units have an external socket pigtail, the lock ring for the bulb was too tight to clear, so I needed to grind an area of relief on the inside diameter. it is plastic and the amount is small so fairly easy to do. Once you have relief, the ring will slip over the bulb housing and the wire/socket and lock the bulb into the housing. 9007 bulb assemblies are indexed so only one way to install, so, just determine where the grinding needs to be relative to the wire pigtail;. The external socket is not standard on 9007 type lights, but these particular units are aluminum housing and have a very small cooling fan on the very back where the socket would normally be.
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