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Old 03-19-2010, 06:50 PM   #1
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Default wiring issue

I hope someone can give me insight into a problem. On two occasions
lately, following a heavy rain, my brake lights came on. The coach (2003 Sun Voyager, model 836 was parked, plugged into shore power. My
mechanic has checked the brake switch, looked for a chewed, broken wire
and cannot locate a cause. The only way to 'turn' the lights off is to
remove the bulbs. Any help would be appreciated!!
Carolina girl
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Old 03-31-2010, 04:04 PM   #2
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Default Lights shorting

Check and see if there is water getting into the housing, if so think about having the lights greased (dielectric tuneup grease - any car parts place can get it) on the bases (DO NOT GET GREASE ON GLASS - BAD, BAD, BAD) and some small holes drilled in the bottom of the light fixtures to let moisture escape.

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