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Old 01-04-2013, 11:47 PM   #1
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Floor Lights?

Where and how do you turn on the floor lights in a 2004 Model 303se? There are two I can see one next to the gas detector and one near the corner of the dinete bench?
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:52 PM   #2
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Where and how do you turn on the floor lights in a 2004 Model 303se? There are two I can see one next to the gas detector and one near the corner of the dinete bench?
Mine is located to the left of the steps. It is parked "Aisle Lights" .
Your may be different.
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Thanks Iggy. mine is there also but they do not come on. Maybe bad bulbs, I thought there might be an interlock some where. again thanks!
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Thanks Iggy. mine is there also but they do not come on. Maybe bad bulbs, I thought there might be an interlock some where. again thanks!
Does the switch turn blue when on? If it does then it may be bulbs.
If the swtich doesn't turn blue when on then you need to find where the power comes from and check fuse. My panel is in bedroom.
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Thanks again Iggy haven't looked for the fuse panel that is on my list for tomorrow as well as installing an electronic brake controller.
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It could also be that the ground wire may have come off the back of the switch which would keep both the switch light and aisle lights from coming on. One of my compartment light switches had a wire just barely hanging on. I found it while looking for a junction box when I experienced other electrical issues. I have also had the bulb within the switch burn out. Switch still functions but there's no indicator light showing the switch is on. Those switches are available in different colors. I'm now using Amber for my Arctic Pack and Red for the outside porch light. You can switch the fronts with a jewelers screwdriver.

Sigma A1 Series Rocker Switches.pdf This is the manufacturers catalog. I found mine on eBay but it's a good reference. Your Blue switch would be the A1-36.
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Thanks charlie Will check the switches when nothing else to do at the race track!
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