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Old 08-02-2021, 03:47 PM   #1
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Turn signals

I have a Pace Arrow 1997 ; can anyone tell me how to get the turn signals running ; they went out ? Is there a fuse somewhere or a Chassis manual to find the fuse ? The Hazardswere already gone when I bought the rig. Do you think if I replace that relay- it will also fix the turn signals ?
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Confirm the chassis and/or have you found a chassis wiring diagram?

Depending, hazards and turn both work out of the same relay, and thus, fuse.
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Old 08-02-2021, 04:34 PM   #3
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Confirm the chassis and/or have you found a chassis wiring diagram?

Depending, hazards and turn both work out of the same relay, and thus, fuse.
Not always the case , four way ( hazard) flashers, are wired on a separate fuse and have there own flasher on many chassis, in a battery feed , so they will operate if all ignition circuits are dead.
Regular signal lights operate only when ignition is on.
Is this a F53 chassis?
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Have they ever worked since you have owned it?
Need to check the fuse and flasher relay.
Do you have a 12 volt test light?
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