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  1. Previously I asked for help with my brake lights not working when brake pedal was applied, so I needed to find the fuse box. I was told from several sources where they might be located but to no avail. This morning I called Monaco for the second time and talked to a gal named Deb who finally gave me a great answer which was that the 1999~2000 Safari Continental's were not made with fuses but relays only. What a relief I finally have, so now I can isolate the relay using one of the K-6 ~K9 which are all compatible to see if the brake relay is not good. Please pass on to all who may not know this from the lay people as well as the tech's in this industry.
  2. My prior electrical light problem (signal switch malfunctioning-- all signals were activated when I had right signal on), there was a switch under dash that I replaced ($12.) from parts store resolved this problem. New problem is all lights work but my brake lights won't work when I press on the brake pedal???? Could this be a fuse and if so where are they located? My coach Safari Continental was mfg in 1999 but sold as a 2000. Rob
  3. Turn Signal/Headlight Control

    Following up on my problem, I did switch the headlights previously even though the parts rep said he didn't think the lights were specifically designated for a left or right. This problem happens with engine off or on! Already tested by changing the tilt and wheel position!
  4. Turn Signal/Headlight Control

    With no key in ignition engaging the left or right turn signals both sides blink and when I use engage the low or high beam driving lights they are opposite meaning low is high beam and visa versa. Tried to change the tilt and extending driving wheel as suggested with no change. Anything else I can try??? Thank you!! Rob
  5. Turn Signal/Headlight Control

    thank you KSMITH I'll switch the connectors n see what happens!
  6. Turn Signal/Headlight Control

    I have a 2000 Safari Continental my turn signals are malfunctioning. When I use the right signal they don't work but the left side comes on and when I engage the left signal they work. When I engage the bright driving the low beam comes on and visa versa. I've only had this RV since January and didn't notice this occurrence. History so far I've replaced house batteries and replaced several light bulbs along with putting LED driving lights since the old ones were very weak. Would appreciate any insight to correct the problem. I was told that a grounding problem could cause this if the lights are dim but they are all bright. Thank you, Rob