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Old 09-24-2022, 07:23 PM   #1
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Bounder turn signals

I have a 2005 Bounder 35E. The front turn signals are not per my schematics. The schematics show a single turn bulb a single park bulb on each side. In fact I have two dual element bulbs on each side. This gives more illumination to each function which is good. However each bulb has it's own power wire going who knows where instead of a single wire going to the signal switch. because of an accessory I want to install I would like to know where those wires go; are they spliced together somewhere? Thanks in advance for any help!
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I looked at the chassis schematic that I downloaded from Navistar (http://workhorse.navistar.com/Default.aspx?tabid=574) for our W22 - how it’s wired can be found in there, “Sheet 100”.
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I looked at the chassis schematic that I downloaded from Navistar (Workhorse Technical Info) for our W22 - how it’s wired can be found in there, “Sheet 100”.
Thank you very much for the link! Unfortunately they don't show the dual function bulbs either.
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Interesting!

When I look at the diagram, I see the wiring for single and dual headlamps, each with and without daytime running lights (DRL). That makes 4 versions of wiring specifically for the headlights.

Could you take a picture of the front of your coach showing the headlight arrangement? Maybe I’m not understanding what your looking for.

Generally, when it comes to DOT required safety lighting, that is all provided by the chassis builder.
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