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Old 01-02-2011, 04:51 PM   #1
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I've got the campground in Emporia VA. I lost my turn signals sometime during the day. Lucky I had a friend following me to cover my rear.
Anyone know where the turn signal relay is for a 2009/2010 w22 chassis?
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I've got the campground in Emporia VA. I lost my turn signals sometime during the day. Lucky I had a friend following me to cover my rear. Anyone know where the turn signal relay is for a 2009/2010 w22 chassis?
archtop1, Look for the inside fuse panel. Once there look for 15A Fuse labeled Turn B/U. With the key on and using a test light you should be able to get a light on both sides of the fuse. Remove and reinsert the fuse if its good.

Under the hood I would check Hazard 15A fuse and the Stop fuse 20A.

See if you can remove and check the base of the bulbs as well.
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Call Winnebago Tech on Monday. They will tell you where it is.
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To the best of my knowledge, there isn't a turn signal relay as such and finding it would be difficult. The signal light flasher on the other hand is typically located up under the dash on the left side of the steering column. It may not be directly fastened to anything and could be floating attached to a modular connector on the end of a pigtail. There are 2 flashers 1 for signal and another for hazard.

The best resource to resolve any issue with this system would be to visit the Workhorse Authorized Service Center within the 3 yeasr or 36,000 warranty period.

If help is need to locate an WASC, we can render assistance in helping to find one.
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Same thing happened to me. It was the flashers.
Replace both of them. Mine were located along the steering column (freightliner), typicaly under the dash. They will be either round or a rectangle. Mine were rectangle (Freightliner), replaced both from autozone with round ones.
Push your hazard warning button in and see if you get some hazard lights blinking, even if you do, replace both, they are cheap.
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thanks friends, it was the fuse. I'm writing this from under the dashboard because i can't get out. You would think with all the free space on the passenger side, the fuse panel could be someplace more accessible. The old term about doiing it standing on your head certinly aplies here. Now the cruise control is inoperable, fuse ok checking the brake relay.
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LOL been there and done that.
Sure glad U got it solved.
Nothing worse thane goin down the road a no blinkers.
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