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Old 09-29-2016, 09:34 PM   #11
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We own a 2016 concord and it sets on a E450 and pulls a jeep. I figured out that the plug in on back of Moho ( that power jeep lights ) has a separate wiring harness that runs to fuse box under Moho hood. Different than Moho lights. So your jeep can be good and Moho lights can be out. Look online for schematic for your fuse box and grab test light and run your fuses. More than likely it gonna be the short box looking fuse. I had same prob but reverse. Jeep lights out and Moho good. Little patience and you'll get it. Hope this helps
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Go to this web page and download the Body Builder Layout Book, Electrical, for your model year. It shows the wiring harnesses, connector configuration and wire identification. If your year model isn't shown or doesn't download, try the nearest model year the works. They didn't change the wiring much from year to year, especially the basic things like taillights.


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Old 09-29-2016, 09:42 PM   #13
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Ford E-Series E-450 E450 (from 2015) – fuse box diagram | Auto Genius There's your fuse box
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Old 09-30-2016, 09:08 AM   #14
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We have been discussing this Via PM.

Until we get the issue diagnosed we cannot lay fault on anyone. Once we get the issue diagnosed we can go from there and decide where, if any fault lies. It could just be an unplugged harness.

If your back up lights work, your toad lights work, but your brake lights do not I would start working towards your toad harness and tracing the wires back to the source of power.


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Thanks for the link. I have the manual with me but it is easier to read on this website.

Problem is none of the fuses listed are simply labeled "stop lamp/turn signal." There is one labeled: "Trailer tow stop lamp/turn signal" and that's the fuse I changed. It would make sense that this is the correct fuse for the Toad's lights. There is also one labeled distinctly as "backup light" so it's obviously the backup light and not a trailer tow backup light. But no other fuse for stop lights and turn signals.

Seems odd to me that there isn't one labeled without the "trailer tow" description.
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If you have the passenger compartment fuse panel what about fuse #6, Turn signal, Hazard, Stop lamps.
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OP stated that he has NO lights on the rear of the Motorhome, not even simple taillights. That would be a separate fuse/circuit.

I would still closely inspect the harness at the rear of the Motorhome for something that has come unplugged....especially if no fuses are blown. That would rule out a dead short situation & lead me to a connection problem since both taillight & stop/turn/brake lights are inoperative.
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If you have the passenger compartment fuse panel what about fuse #6, Turn signal, Hazard, Stop lamps.
Yeah, I found that - the fuse is good.

I guess it must be the wiring. Since the front turn signals work and it looks like front and back are on the same fuse.

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I would still closely inspect the harness at the rear of the Motorhome for something that has come unplugged....especially if no fuses are blown.
Any idea where this plug might be?? Under the RV? Inside the large rear storage area???
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My guess is that the wiring connectors for taillights are along the inside of the left side frame. Check the Body Builder Layout Book. I posted a link for the list of them previously in this thread. It shows where the Ford harness stops.
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