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Old 04-03-2008, 10:48 AM   #1
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My wife's Georgie Boy 2005 CruiseMaster (W22)can no longer be driven at night. When I switch on the headlights, the electrical panel shows both turn signal indicators as solid green and the headlights don't turn on. When I turn off the switch, the solid green indicators go out. This is after two years of use and is kind of intermittent. When driving on a bumpy road, the headlights are blinking on and off. I've been looking everywhere for a loose wire, bad ground or some wiring issue. I'm puzzeled by the dashboard lights turning on when the headlights don't work. Is this some kind of message?
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My wife's Georgie Boy 2005 CruiseMaster (W22)can no longer be driven at night. When I switch on the headlights, the electrical panel shows both turn signal indicators as solid green and the headlights don't turn on. When I turn off the switch, the solid green indicators go out. This is after two years of use and is kind of intermittent. When driving on a bumpy road, the headlights are blinking on and off. I've been looking everywhere for a loose wire, bad ground or some wiring issue. I'm puzzeled by the dashboard lights turning on when the headlights don't work. Is this some kind of message?
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On a previous MH I had a similar problem with lights intermittently going on and off. My problem was the rocker switch on the dash. The 2 pieces that make up the switch are supposed to hold the internal contact in place but they were not snapped together properly.
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BigDadThomas;

Check the ground for the headlights. It could be grounding back through the signal lights.

Just a thought;
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My headlight problem was in the wiring harness going up the steering column.

There was a bad connection in the plastic connector. Once it was replaced, no more problems.

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