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Posted: 09/16/20 07:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a 1987 Itasca Sunflyer vin IGBKP37W4H3317519...Model ICN33RU...has no power to headlights...can anyone provide me a wiring diagram ?
I found the P30 wiring diagrams were completely different Thanks Pete

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Did you try the answers in your other post?
Did you check the fuse links by the starter?
Chilton's General Motors Full-size van manual, 28642, has basic wiring diagrams. It does not show much for lighting wiring diagrams.
Your chassis is a GM (Chevrolet) P-30.


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The Wiring TO the Headlamps and lights is Chevy. The Dash switch is Chevy and has a built in Circuit breaker. Start at the Dash switch. Odds are you will see burnt connections on the switch. Doug

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fuse links by starter are ok...will check out light switch
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I believe my rig is on a chevy P37 chassis

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Many VIN numbers including mine shows a 7 as the seventh character. It is a basic P-30 chassis. No one has been able to clarify why VIN shows it as P-37 motorhome chassis as compared to a 0 as seventh character indicating a stripped bare chassis.

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