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Old 09-20-2013, 08:06 PM   #1
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05 Holiday Rambler running lights blowing fuse

We have a 38' holiday rambler ambassador DP RV. We are on a trip and the running lights suddenly quit working(marker lights and tailights). As soon as we change the 20amp fuse it will instantly blow again. Any idea's on where to start looking? THanks
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Old 09-20-2013, 08:44 PM   #2
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The only place they are common is the headlight switch to my knowledge. If the fuse blows it's obviously a short. What I would do is pull the tail light and front light bulbs and see if it blows again. The bulb holders in those bulbs are not the best.
How are your switches in the dash and side panel? They also are on the same fuse for the night switch lights. Spill any coffee on them?
Do you have a toad? The trailer lights plug also ties into that circuit. Even with no toad, if the wires if are shorting out back there.
Those are the places I'd start looking. I think the short will be obvious when you come across it.
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