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Old 03-11-2020, 05:35 PM   #1
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Brake switches

My mh has two air switches on the brake valve above the generator.

Part number SM-1C-5R\WP205. My brake light fuse continues to blow, have any idea where I could buy this switch?
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Its usually not the switch that causes the fuse to blow, but you can remove the wires from one and then the other and see if it stops blowing.

I would first suspect the trailer connector. The wires in the back can get lose and short out.
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I think I already tried that will try again today taking it in for glass work. I replaced the relays for the engine brake and brake lights earlier and drove it about 5 miles and seemed everything ok. Then yesterday I just turned it around to leave this morning and the flasher and brake light fuses blew. I use the flasher to see if the brake lights are working, they stop flashing when you step on the brake, I don't know if that's normal?
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