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MyBus2017

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Have no running lights. Headlights, dash lights are working. Can’t seem to figure it out.

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Have you cheched in all fuse panels that there are no blown fusees?

Yor unit may have more than one fuse panel and more than one fuse for the lights.

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MyBus2017 wrote:

Have no running lights. Headlights, dash lights are working. Can’t seem to figure it out.

Which floor plan, do you have?
Do you have chassis fuses and relays, in the driver's side front compartment, which is the most likely place to look.
There's also chassis fuses and relays, in a right side compartment near the rear and also in the battery compartment.


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Drivers side compartment only fuse panel with light checked all found one blown replaced still no tail or running lights. It’s a Fleetwood Revolution LE bath and 1/2 model.

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No panel in front under the windshield above generator??


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MyBus2017 wrote:

Drivers side compartment only fuse panel with light checked all found one blown replaced still no tail or running lights. It’s a Fleetwood Revolution LE bath and 1/2 model.

So a LE 40E, just like my 07.
Think I'd have another look see at the fuses and relays in that compartment. Look for the labeling and pull any one of them that looks even close. This goes for switching out like relays, as well and am not sure if the running lights have a relay in the circuit or not. RL8 is labeled...MARKER...so that might be it, if you're sure of all the fuses.
Don't discount the panel in the storage compartment, just in front of the filter bay, either.
Doubtful for it to be in the battery compartment, but doesn't hurt to see what is in there, while you're at it. It mostly has battery control stuff, like the big relay for closing the battery banks together and such.
Losing a ground wire somewhere along the way, will kill them too, so you might get a meter and connect one lead to a good ground somewhere else, while checking for voltage at one of the lights.

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Pulled every fuse checked, switched relays. Still no running or tail lights. Maybe relay in poplocks security system, only other thing that has to do with lights. Any fuse box found other then drivers compartment nothing to do with running lights. Rear rh compartment engine and transmission fuse box. Back to square 1. Security system might be the problem, hope! Thanks for your input.

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Had similar problem years ago in a Chinook. The coach, brake and headlights were powered from an additional battery. This battery was 'Supposed' to be charged by the engine alternator. The automotive relay that was 'Supposed' to parallel it to the engine battery while driving had failed. SOooo, that battery was not being charged while driving. Eventually, it went dead. No lights as you describe.


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Try live chat with Fleetwood. They used to be pretty good about that stuff.


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MyBus2017 wrote:

Pulled every fuse checked, switched relays. Still no running or tail lights. Maybe relay in poplocks security system, only other thing that has to do with lights. Any fuse box found other then drivers compartment nothing to do with running lights. Rear rh compartment engine and transmission fuse box. Back to square 1. Security system might be the problem, hope! Thanks for your input.


I'm thinking more and more, that you've lost a ground return.
Open a tail light and use a long wire for going directly to the neg. term. on the chassis batteries.
If you'd like a wiring diagram of such, send me an IM with your email addy.

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