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Old 02-21-2019, 08:40 AM   #11
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I was told the rear passenger side was for the house battery's that the left front under the driver was for all automotive 12 volt system. I have been trying to track down all grounds to clean and reattach no luck yet.
Do you have a lot of electrical stuff in that rear pass side compartment? If so, there are lighting fuses hidden in a Buseman fuse block. Send me a pm with your phone and I’ll talk you through it.

Other than that, air brakes are different in that when you use the engine brake, the brake lights come on. Obviously a “brain” that knows when the exhaust brake is engaged so that it can turn on the brake lights. Little more complicated than a gas engine system. I looked at mine this am and there is no switch visible near the brake pedal or it’s linkage.



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Old 02-21-2019, 09:47 AM   #12
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That is my problem no switch near break pedal air breaks I'm told have a switch in the air line trouble with mine someone foamed the entire under side can't find anything. 2005 Gulfstream Freindship G7 400 Cummins, 6 speed, 2 stage exhaust break, cruise control .
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Did you look in that rear compartment for the fuses? I have a lot of foam also but to date, nothing essential has been foamed over. More a mater of where things are located. A call to Gafney May be in order.
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Yes I have checked the right rear compartment and reset the breakers and tested all other breakers. In side under the bed I have tested all breakers & fuses everything seams to be working.
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But while in that rear compartment did you pull and check the fuses for the brakes, turn and running lights?
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All turn lights , running lights, & break lights are in the front left compartment. I got a diagram from Freightliner to show me where the break light switch is supposed to be.
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