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Old 10-15-2018, 12:29 PM   #1
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Trailer lights not working on a Knight 2007

My 7 pin Trailer lights are not working
I'm getting ready to start towing and all my lights on the Toad are good to go.
But of course now the brakes lights (left only)are not working and left turn signal
Rear lights do work
I'm thinking it could be a fuse?
I know working with trailers lights can be pain
any ideas?
I have only had this motor home since Jan

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Old 10-15-2018, 03:56 PM   #2
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I had that happen on my 2006 Diplomat. There is a fuse in the rear passenger side compartment that went out. When you open the fuse box, there are fuses and relays in there. Mine was right side and the fuse was is in the upper right hand corner, so I am sure the left is next to it. It is somewhat hidden above a relay.
Hope you find it.
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Old 10-16-2018, 06:43 AM   #3
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I had that happen on my 2006 Diplomat. There is a fuse in the rear passenger side compartment that went out. When you open the fuse box, there are fuses and relays in there. Mine was right side and the fuse was is in the upper right hand corner, so I am sure the left is next to it. It is somewhat hidden above a relay.
Hope you find it.
Same with my 99 signature.
A yellow wire with a yellow 10 amp fuse holder.
Close to the salesmans switch solenoid s.
An easy fix.
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Old 10-16-2018, 08:15 AM   #4
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Oh cool
Thanks for the response.

Do you mean inside the coach?
Or outside?
My main fuse box is outside by the drivers seat side.
I have more in the back closet but those are for Appliances.

These motorhomes have a million fuses.
Holy smokes.
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Old 10-17-2018, 03:39 AM   #5
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Oh cool
Thanks for the response.

Do you mean inside the coach?
Or outside?
My main fuse box is outside by the drivers seat side.
I have more in the back closet but those are for Appliances.

These motorhomes have a million fuses.
Holy smokes.
Engine compartment

Passenger side.
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I had that happen on my 2006 Diplomat. There is a fuse in the rear passenger side compartment that went out. When you open the fuse box, there are fuses and relays in there. Mine was right side and the fuse was is in the upper right hand corner, so I am sure the left is next to it. It is somewhat hidden above a relay.
Hope you find it.



Thank you
I found it

going to work on it soon
20 amp was burned out
hope it works
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Old 10-17-2018, 08:00 PM   #7
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Engine compartment

Passenger side.

thanks i found it
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Same with my 99 signature.
A yellow wire with a yellow 10 amp fuse holder.
Close to the salesmans switch solenoid s.
An easy fix.

don't know where that is?
but i did have a bad 20 amp fuse
going to change it and found out
i see the black relay it's a R-2



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