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Class A - Gasoline
For towing we have a "Blue Ox" system and a brake from SMI = Stay in Play". 3 month no problems.
But since 14 days we have red LED's on the hood of the Jeep, and that whenever we press the hazard warning flasher or the right or the left
Two electricians from Camping World (St. Augustine / FL and Savannah / Georgia) and two other electricians could not solve the problem. But
write bills. Overall, I paid $240 and spent many hours with no result.
The employee of Camping World Savannah looked at the mistake lay down under the vehicle screwed to the electrical outlets, exchanged a few
wires and said that he must first times just wash your hands. It could just be a problem with the cables, a "mass" problem, or as "we" say
professionals: a Short ...
Washing hands took more than 3 hours. Which must have been quite dirty... I checked it three times in the meantime in the office when the
electrician makes more. In response I got every time: ... wait just a minute".
The electrician did not come. I have the switch then screwed back together and we drove off furiously. At least the "treatment" of Camping World
Thanks to the help of an employee of SMI today we were in North Carolina. The company Steve Corbin (corbinshitch.com).
Evaluation of Service Performed:
This was an absolutely great tip: it is the first electrician who really had a clue. Steve knew exactly what to do. After three minutes, he was done. And
it has cost next to nothing.