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New Post 11/8/2011 9:36 AM
  mikeporter
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Re: Head light switch 
 abreu88 wrote
I recommend you go see a mechanic. Obvious but...seriously you dont want a homemade solution to this as it could seriously damage it further and cost you more money. Call the company and ask what parts work best and roll it in to a mechanic.


I agree with abreu88. Anything involving your safety while on the road should be left to the professionals. It definitely costs a lot more money than doing it yourself, but at least you're sure that they get the problem fixed.
 
New Post 11/8/2011 9:44 PM
  jeremy
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Re: Head light switch 
Thanks so much for your advise, guys. I had my Motorhome brought to an electrician. Just like what many of you guys said, there was something wrong with the wiring. A lot of the wiring needs replacements, and there was also some melting on the sockets of the bulbs themselves. I'm just bracing now how much my bill will be.
 
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