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Old 04-19-2017, 06:04 PM   #1
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The roof clearance lights are not working on my 2006 Roadtrek 210. Does anyone know what fuse this circuit is on, since it is was installed by Roadtrek and is not factory?
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Old 04-19-2017, 06:26 PM   #2
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The roof clearance lights are not working on my 2006 Roadtrek 210. Does anyone know what fuse this circuit is on, since it is was installed by Roadtrek and is not factory?
The clearance lights may have been supplied by Roadtrek but aren't they powered by the engine battery and controlled by the headlight switch? If so, I would think that any fuse involved with this would be in the Chevy OEM fuse block and not the Roadtrek 12V distribution panel.
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Yes they are controlled by the headlight switch. The parking lights work but the roof clearance lights do not. In the fusebox under the seat there is a fuse slot labelled upfitter park lamps, but there is no fuse in it.
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The clearance lights may have been supplied by Roadtrek but aren't they powered by the engine battery and controlled by the headlight switch? If so, I would think that any fuse involved with this would be in the Chevy OEM fuse block and not the Roadtrek 12V distribution panel.
They are wired into the rear parking light wiring, so that is the fuse you would need to look at. I am not sure if that one is under the hood or the front seat, you would have to look at the owners manual.
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They are wired into the rear parking light wiring, so that is the fuse you would need to look at. I am not sure if that one is under the hood or the front seat, you would have to look at the owners manual.
Rear corner parking lamps work. I took the 2 rear lenses off to see if the wire to the roof lights was there but I did not see it. I checked the ground on one of the roof lamps and it was good. So I need to find out where Roadtrek has run the roof light circuit.
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Rear corner parking lamps work. I took the 2 rear lenses off to see if the wire to the roof lights was there but I did not see it. I checked the ground on one of the roof lamps and it was good. So I need to find out where Roadtrek has run the roof light circuit.
When did the running lights come on? Ours only come on when the parking or headlights are on. I know that because I wired our backup camera sender into the running lights, and I have to turn on the parking lights to get it to transmit. Do any of the running lights come on?
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When did the running lights come on? Ours only come on when the parking or headlights are on. I know that because I wired our backup camera sender into the running lights, and I have to turn on the parking lights to get it to transmit. Do any of the running lights come on?
Yes, the running lights come on. I was calling them the parking lights. I also wired my backup camera to the running lights.
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When did the running lights come on? Ours only come on when the parking or headlights are on. I know that because I wired our backup camera sender into the running lights, and I have to turn on the parking lights to get it to transmit. Do any of the running lights come on?
Yes, the running lights come on. Just not the clearance lights on the conversion part. They must be on a separate fuse, but I can't figure out which one.
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I just went and checked our 07 C190P and it is the park lamp fuse on ours that controls at least the rear clearance lights, forgot to see if the front clearance lights were also off when I pulled the fuse.

Fuse #18 under the driver's seat. Marked as "Left rear park lamp"
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I just went and checked our 07 C190P and it is the park lamp fuse on ours that controls at least the rear clearance lights, forgot to see if the front clearance lights were also off when I pulled the fuse.

Fuse #18 under the driver's seat. Marked as "Left rear park lamp"
Did the left rear park lamp also cut off when you pulled the fuse?
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