Question about Cars & Trucks
I know how to turn on the awning lights as well as the yellow light over the front door, but there are 2 more lights on each side of the front of the unit ( the part that goes into the back of the truck) & can't figure how to turn them in. Anybody?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1987 toyota camry s/w back
Problem solved, Since 3 of the 4 turn signals worked I did not fuse was a problem
but after checking the turn swithch, I pulleded out the fuse which looked ok, but when
I put it back in all the turn signal lights woked! Apparently just one part of the surface
of the fuse was corroded.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: door ajar alarm
I had this same problem. I was able to fix it by tightening all of the screws in the door and where the door closes. There is a small rubber piece that fits over a button. When the button is pressed, the door alarm will stop. For me, it was just taking off the metal plate and re-adjusting the rubber piece and then tighten those screws so the plate was flush against the door frame. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
There is a push button switch in the door frame possibly covered with a rubber boot you may have bent the push pin and it is shorted to the frame, Remove the switch and ensure the wire is still attached to the switch and not loose inside the frame
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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