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|Turn signal breaker||Patrick||7-10-15|
|I have a '92 Monaco Signature. Last summer the turn signals and flasher both quit 1600 miles from home. I learned that they were on a self-resetting circuit breaker. I searched high, low, and in between to find the breaker with no success. Two months after we returned home the turn signals and flashers just started working. This spring we took a 200 mile trip, and they stopped working again. This time it only took a week to reset. Does anyone know the location of the breaker so I can change it?|
|Re: Turn signal breaker||BUBBA THE BUS TECH||7-11-15|
|Your headlight wiring, including switch, breakers etc were provided by the chassis manufacturer. Not Monaco. But Monaco should still know and be able to provide the info you need. Contact page link below, have your coach Vin ready:|
If not look up your chassis manufacturer on the web. They will likely have a wiring diagram of your chassis.
|Re: Turn signal breaker||Leon Begeman||8-6-15|
|The turn signals and flashers don't work on my 2002 Monaco Dynasty. They quit about a week ago. |
Looking on-line a couple of different users had your exact problem. It would quit for a while and then start working again. Those were caused by the tilt steering wheel pulling the cable out. When the wheel is pulled back it reconnects.
Mine doesn't have that problem. It isn't getting power to the switch from the chassis. I was able to test this by feeding the 4-way flasher signal back through the brake circuit.
With the ignition on, turn on the 4 way flashers and then apply the brake. If the turn signal indicator comes on, you're not getting power to the turn-signals/flashers from the chassis. If they don't come on, then the tilt wheel connection is a good suspect. My indicators come on, so the switch is connected under the steering wheel.