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Old 06-22-2015, 08:49 PM   #1
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02 Holiday Rambler DP Parking Brake Light

We had this worked on at a shop,but they couldn't find the problem.

The air parking brake releases just fine. But the light that indicates that the p-brake is on doesn't go out, it just gets dimmer.

Tried another air switch, which controls that light and it did the same thing. The tech threw up his hands and said "I don't know, maybe wiring underneath the dash." Humph.

Anyone else have this sort of problem?

Thanks,eh?

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Are you referring to the problem with the light or the tech.

Lots of people have problems with tech's, not knowing what they are doing.
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Are you referring to the problem with the light or the tech.

Lots of people have problems with tech's, not knowing what they are doing.
The light still does not function properly. The tech gave up. The place I brought it too did not do much electrical work. I m wondering if anyone else here has had this problem and solved it.
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