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Old 04-07-2009, 08:58 PM   #1
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Georgetown 370 - Engine Light

I've got a light mounted on the chassis in the engine compartment (2007 Georgetown 370). The light is near the door/hood.

The light has a toggle switch, but zero voltage in either position.

Anyone know of another switch related to this light or do I need to trace this?

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Old 04-08-2009, 06:47 AM   #2
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I've got a light mounted on the chassis in the engine compartment (2007 Georgetown 370). The light is near the door/hood.

The light has a toggle switch, but zero voltage in either position.

Anyone know of another switch related to this light or do I need to trace this?

Thanks
The engine compartment light is connected to the cargo compartment lights. I'm not sure if it the curbside or not. The trunk light is on the same circuit as well. If you turn on both curbside and road side lights and check it should light unless the bulb is bad.

Looks like we're driving twins!!!

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Just got home and checked it. The engine compartment light is wired to the Roadside Compartment Lights. At least it is in mine.

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Ahhhh...! Excellent.. Good to have a twin. (Bulb is good.. Checked it on the volt meter.)

Much appreciated!
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