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Old 11-27-2014, 11:29 AM   #1
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Holiday Rambler 1994 brake light fuse

My brake lights on my 1994 Navagator quit working and I can not locate any fuse. The 12 tv lug on the front panel labeled brake has 12vt coming out, with the wire (red) leading up into the cab. Can anyone help with a fuse location or wiring diagram, of the brake electrical system?

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Old 11-27-2014, 10:21 PM   #2
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Sorry that I don't have a wiring diagram to reference. But assuming that in '94, HR was already using the "Front Run Bay" concept (exterior, driver's side) for power distribution, there should be a panel of fuses and relays there.

Generally speaking, pressing the brake pedal (and the 12VDC brake switch activated thereby) sends 12-volts to activate a relay.....and it is the relay that sends the needed 12VDC to the brake lights....not the brake-light switch itself. If this is true, then finding/testing the fuse and/or finding/testing the relay are ahead of you.
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Old 11-28-2014, 07:42 AM   #3
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It is probable the fuse BUT there could be a stuck brake switch plunger that the brake arm pushes against when in the up or off position. They get gummy because of dirt and dust and like to act-up during cold weather. That was my problem on a 94 National Sea Breeze Class A.
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Old 12-01-2014, 09:02 PM   #4
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I found the brake (rear lights) light relay in the front power distribution bay as suggested by Robi.1014. Had the 12 volts DC required feeding the relay. Backtracked the signal wire from there to the brake pedal relays, where there was no voltage to the pressure switch. Traced that line to the back rear power panel from Sparten. The line had pulled/vibrated out of a spade connector. Cleaned and tightened connector and brake light system back in service. Just in time too, heading back home tomorrow! Appreciate the helpful posts!
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