Camper - inline fuse? Need help asap


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Old 06-27-09, 02:26 PM
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Camper - inline fuse? Need help asap

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While connected to the car, headlights on, camper exterior lights working I found a bad socket. When I wiggled it the exterior lights stopped working. The lights on car work fine so I am thinking there is an inline fuse someplace. Any ideas? Coleman Rio 1998.

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Old 06-27-09, 02:36 PM
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Check the fuse panel. Double posting only confuses our already confused minds.
 
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Old 06-27-09, 02:40 PM
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One problem is the car the other is the camper. Hell of a day.
 
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Old 06-27-09, 04:11 PM
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Roger that. Normally there isn't inline fuses beyond the back bumper. It is all taken care of on the car/truck end. But you may very well have inline fuses just ahead of the connection, in addition to the ones in the fuse panel.
 
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Thanks. I got the car working fine (2 blown fuses) but the lights on the camper still will not light up. I tried the headlights and hazard lights - no luck. I had u-haul install the electrical a week ago. When I get under the rear bumper I see a connecter with 4 LED's. 2 are green and 2 are not lit. I'll call u-haul tomorrow and see if the other 2 are supposed to be lit. Plus, I'll search the net tonight also.

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