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Old 07-04-2024, 12:25 PM   #1
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New Member - Retired Rancher Working Odd Jobs

I recently purchased a very nice Winnebago adventurer. I have spent most of my life ranching in Montana, but I turned my part of the ranch over to to my daughter and son-in-law and I am being a bus driver truck driver, substitute teacher whatever I can do .

I am facing some challenges with a rear wheel seal leaking and I cannot get the little bitty headlights or the fog lights to come on.
When I turn on the lights, I have the big lights unless I flipped the dimmer switch then they go off.

I have a book showing the fuses, but they show fuses in that place where you take off the panel down on the bottom left below the steering wheel and all I have is breakers in there.
I am thinking that the lights that don't work or a few problem, but I am sure challenged trying to find where the fuse are located.
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Old 07-04-2024, 02:11 PM   #2
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Greetings CalvinC,
What year is your Adventurer 32?
I changed the title of your other thread to direct folks to address your headlight problem.
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