2000 safari motorhome wiring diagrams
Since all vehicles made in the last 20 + years are having so many plastic and fibreglas components, you must have a really good ground wires set up to get the current back to the Safari's battery. Try some jumper cables for a ground, and see if that helps.
Also, try to take a hot wire off of another turn signal location.
Oh, yes, I just had another thought, maybe the best yet.
In the old days, different cars had different numbers of bulbs that flashed when the turn signals were turned on.
Example: small Chevrolet to big Cadillac.
Often the Chevy had 2 bulbs, while some Caddy's had as many as 8.
Because of this, the turn signal flashers would state how many bulbs that flasher would flash.
And, there was a super heavy duty available for your situation, when you were adding more bulbs.
I don't know if your Safari has an electronic turn signal flasher or the old kind, but maybe the flasher is overloaded.
Feb 14, 2013 |
Cars & Trucks