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  • DavidS
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Running lights under mirrors
Are the lights under the mirror supposed to be running lights only or do they have turn signals also. I am trying to change mine out to LED. I have no power at all to them but I know I did at some point. Is there a separate fuse I need to look...

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  • stump
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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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Mine only blink.

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Mine are blinker only also.

  • DavidS
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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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Ok so maybe it is a relay or the flasher (fuse/Relay)? Possibly?

They worked before but had not seen them on recently.. figured they lights burned out.. but when I replaced them the bulb looked good..

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Mine are blinkers and in my manual, my fuses are behind the dash on the drivers side when I lift up the dash. I have a diagram of the location of the fuse in my owners manual. unsure if you have your original manual. There is a lot of information...

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  • DavidS
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I looked under the dash but didnt see any fuses.. thinking they are in the kick panel at the door..Will swap flashers and see if that fixes it.. if not.. Still on the hunt.

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David,

On your coach the 12VDC for the blinkers are on an auto reset breaker (I think #14) that is on the breaker panel that is behind the removable kick panel you are talking about. You will also find the blinker relays hid in there also.

Mike

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  • DavidS
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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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David,

On your coach the 12VDC for the blinkers are on an auto reset breaker (I think #14) that is on the breaker panel that is behind the removable kick panel you are talking about. You...


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  • GleamB
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I changed mine to LED. One base was cracked, and I lost the lens. Ordered ( three ) on ebay, and bought the LED bulbs at O'Reillys. When I changed out the base for the new unit, I had a little minor surgery to do, and then soldered the...

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  • DavidS
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Went from the old style to this new Brightled light

Rectangle LED Truck and Trailer Lights - 3-7/8" LED Side Clearance Lights - Pigtail Connector - Surface Mount - 6 LEDs - Amber
Part Number: M3-A6

Rectangle LED Truck and Trailer Lights - 3-7/8" LED...

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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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Went from the old style to this new Brightled light
Rectangle LED Truck and Trailer Lights - 3-7/8" LED Side Clearance Lights - Pigtail Connector - Surface Mount - 6 LEDs - Amber
Part Number:...


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  • DavidS
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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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The only one I could find. Not a big deal on my end.. especially seeing I am not getting power to it

  • DavidS
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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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Both flasher relays work. 1 for the flashers and 1 for the blinkers.. . Just no power to the mirror lights..

  • DavidS
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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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After some testing I think I am on to something... something so simple it's dumb.. update soon

  • DavidS
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Re: Running lights under mirrors
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Got it.. not sure what my help checked for power but he couldn't get it. After testing found the black wire was not ground lol.. I knew better

Something so simple. Having a bunch of they lately. 

Working like a charme now