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RE: Tail light issues

Problem solved - I think. My neighbor in the campground came over to help. I told him I had checked fuses, bulbs and voltage to sockets. So while he was there we checked the sockets for voltage again and they had voltage. I put a bulb in and wiggled it just right and it came on. I pulled the bulb and sure enough one of the contacts in the socket had broke. I didn’t realize I needed to check both contacts - when I checked that side no voltage. The crazy part when I checked the other socket and bulb the contact on my other socket was also bad. So both tail light socket contacts went bad at the same time (part of the contact broke off) but the turn signal and brake lights are still working ( they apparently work off the side of the socket that is still intact).
dsisemore1 09/10/21 11:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tail light issues

Problem solved - I think. My neighbor in the campground came over to help. I told him I had checked fuses, bulbs and voltage to sockets. So while he was there we checked the sockets for voltage again and they had voltage. I put a bulb in and wiggled it just right and it came on. I pulled the bulb and sure enough one of the contacts in the socket had broke. I didn’t realize I needed to check both contacts - when I checked that side no voltage. The crazy part when I checked the other socket and bulb the contact on my other socket was also bad. So both tail light socket contacts went bad at the same time (part of the contact broke off) but the turn signal and brake lights are still working ( they apparently work off the side of the socket that is still intact).
dsisemore1 09/10/21 11:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tail light issues

Jackson, Wyoming
dsisemore1 09/07/21 09:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tail light issues

Thanks for all the help. Will work on again tomorrow and let you know how it works out. 1,500 miles from home and supposed to be on vacation .
dsisemore1 09/07/21 02:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tail light issues

Checked all fuses inside and out. Turned on lights has voltage but passengers side tail lights still not coming on.
dsisemore1 09/06/21 06:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tail light issues

Okay found the fuses inside the coach. Checked each bulb socket and all have current. Only saw one fuse for daytime lights. Fuse okay
dsisemore1 09/06/21 04:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gassing Your Gasser

38’ gas rig towing a Jeep. Never had a problem. Use either RV friendly stops at Flying J, Pilot or others. Other option any station with dual pumps, use either outside lane depending on which side your gas cap is on. I pull all the way up to the front pump and use the back pump to fill up.
dsisemore1 09/06/21 10:33am Class A Motorhomes
Tail light issues

I have a 2016 Tiffin 36LA on Ford F-53 chassis. My running/tail lights on the passenger side are not working. Brake lights and turn signals work fine. Everything on the drivers side works fine. I have changed the bulbs - didn’t help. Checked fuse on the Ford distribution box - that fuse okay. I am thinking Tiffin installed these lights so might have a separate fuse somewhere? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
dsisemore1 09/06/21 10:06am Class A Motorhomes
Hydraulic leak on room slideout

I have an HWH Spacemaker room slideout. I noticed hydraulic oil had dripped on a chair that I had placed in the bay. I could see there was a very tiny bit of oil at the bottom of the cylinder where the rod extended. I cleaned it thoroughly and ran the slide in and out several times. There was no visible leak. I placed a wooden board under the cylinder and checked it several times over a 60 day period while we were using the coach during the summer. Did not notice any more oil. When we got home I put the coach in storage - Checked the coach after about a week and I could see a small amount of oil had dripped on the board. Once again it is a very tiny amount and I could feel the oil on the bottom of the cylinder. I tried to tighten the hose coming in but it was snug. Tried to post a picture but I cannot seem to figure out how on this page. My coach is a 2016 Tiffin 36LA. Thanks
dsisemore1 12/21/20 07:17pm Class A Motorhomes
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