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Old 07-03-2016, 08:44 AM   #1
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Brake/signal Replacement Lens

I hope I'm in the right topic. I'm having a terrible time finding a replacement lens for my 2010 3625 5th wheel. It's a Glo Brite P/N 9541. Do any of y'all have a source? Etrailer and Camping World don't have. I haven't contacted Forest River yet. If there's a crossover I'd like to know that as well. Thanks!!!


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Old 07-03-2016, 09:00 AM   #2
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Got a picture of it?

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Old 07-03-2016, 09:28 AM   #3
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Well, I found a light but that wasn't the problem. Now investigating the fuses. They don't appear to be blown but had some kind of coating on the contacts so will replace those tomorrow. If that's not it will move to the plug in back of the truck. The passenger side works fine and the running light works. But not the signal/ brake.


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Old 07-14-2016, 09:48 PM   #5
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Get some led replacements . They will plug right in same screw patteren brighter less juice and illuminate faster. $18 .00 per pair. E trailer .com.
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Great idea. I'm going to do that but have determined the lens is not the problem. Replaced fuses in the truck related to signal/ break. Plan to check for any inline fuse and then move on to the plug in the truck to see if I have any dead spots. I'd so will either check connection or replace. If no problem check the cord in the camper. If that isn't it will likely hire a pro. Hoping for the best though. The LEDs do look good!


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Make sure the LEDs are compatible with the turn signal controller in your TV.
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Old 07-16-2016, 05:44 AM   #9
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TV in your case would be a Ford 250! Youroo!!
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Great idea. I'm going to do that but have determined the lens is not the problem. Replaced fuses in the truck related to signal/ break. Plan to check for any inline fuse and then move on to the plug in the truck to see if I have any dead spots. I'd so will either check connection or replace. If no problem check the cord in the camper. If that isn't it will likely hire a pro. Hoping for the best though. The LEDs do look good!


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We had to hire a Pro while on a long trip in Vermont! All TT lights would go out blow a Fuse in Truck! New Truck and New TT" SOB"! Truck Dealer says OK,TT Dealer says OK,the Lights were Very Inconsistent about "Blowing the Fuse" Only when Moving "5 miles or 25 miles"? you would Never know,which was Very Bad because you have NO brake/turn lights! Found/called a Mobile Repair who had worked for the SOB Dealer and he knew Exactly where the WIRE was Shorted/Rubbing in the enclosed underbelly! I paid him and the TT MFG paid me ! Real pain but there are LOTs of Sharp metal areas they run our wires through! Youroo!!
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