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Old 12-14-2011, 06:58 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Holiday Rambler 1995 / Changing turning light bulb

Cheers,

This is my first post to this forum so sorry if I'm in the wrong thread.

Question: What is the correct procedure for replacing the light bulb in the front turning light on a Holiday Rambler Endeavor 1995 (Oshkosh chassis)?

I just recently bought this and I'm trying to avoid the unnecessary and unintentional breaking of any plastic parts

Thanks in advance,
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Welcome to the forum. You will find an abundance of information here.

Most of the bulbs can be change from the rear of the light assembly, usually by rotating the bulb socket 1/4 of a turn.

If it has screws visible from the front of the lens, remove them and remove the lens to get to the bulb.

I believe yours would be the first solution.

What model is your 95 Holiday Rambler? Maybe someone with a similar HR will chime in.
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Welcome to the forum. You will find an abundance of information here.

Most of the bulbs can be change from the rear of the light assembly, usually by rotating the bulb socket 1/4 of a turn.

If it has screws visible from the front of the lens, remove them and remove the lens to get to the bulb.

I believe yours would be the first solution.

What model is your 95 Holiday Rambler? Maybe someone with a similar HR will chime in.
Thanks a million! That was actually ridiculously easy and the first scenario was the correct one. Somehow I had missed the bulb socket since it was attached to the bottom of the light assembly. I thank you!

Here's a picture of it with socket removed. The socket was quite wet but I guess that is due to condensed water finding its way to the lowest part of the assembly...
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