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Old 04-04-2018, 09:20 PM   #1
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Smart Wheel high beam low beam switch

Has anybody changed their high-beam low-beam turn signal switch I cannot put high beams on I was wondering how hard it is to change 08 Holiday Rambler endeavor
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That is part of the turn signal switch. Separate the plastic covering of the wheel and it looks like a couple screws.
Check your relays first though!! I was almost there last week, then found a bad relay.
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The turn signal handle does not move up and down that's why I think it's the switch
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The turn signal handle does not move up and down that's why I think it's the switch
Gotcha. Didn't look hard, looking at the replacement part.
Looked like the handle came out separate from the switch.
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Any idea where to get the switch
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Any idea where to get the switch
I searched 'douglas steering column'
Lots there, the rv places were over $200. This one is like $65 https://www.ebay.com/i/232698385305?...D1489557873105
Double check it closely though. I can't find the exact one I was lookng at
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Thank you I guess next step is to take it apart and get a part number and possible name
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They looked to be pretty standard on that Douglas Column.
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