Originally Posted by bridgekev
Not crazy about trying to troubleshoot myself when the truck is under warranty.
You have several posters giving you info pointing to the fact that is "could" be your RV causing the issue. Why not at least investigate it before slamming the truck mfg?
I get it... It's new. However it could very well be a problem with your RV and some simple problem solving could determine that. If more folks were willing to investigate things themselves a little further than reading the lights then I have a feeling dealership experiences would be a little better. This certainly applies to the RV industry (more than most) when folks return to the dealership to replace a stripped screw and wonder why service takes 2 months.
Good luck with your problem, and please keep us posted.
2016 Sandpiper 376BHOK
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