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 Autosleeper Nuevo ES Lights problem
290668 Post Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 6:19 pm Thank this member for this postReply with quote Add User to Ignore List Back To Top

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Hi

The external overcab front lights on my parents Nuevo ES are only working intermittently. They stay on for a while & then go off for no apparent reason!! Does anyone know where they are wired from? Is there a separate fuse? The handbook is useless. Anyone got any ideas?

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I would check behind the lights for a corroded connection, they are prone to water ingress on many vans.

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Hi cneate!

I doubt if the problem is a 'first'; someone will have experienced it before and will have found a solution.

I would start by making a call to the service department at AutoSleeper. This department has a good reputation for its positive responses to such issues.

Best wishes from UncleNorm.
 
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Hi Chris hope u have more luck with ur replies than we did have got the exact same prob on our kontiki about 4 weeks ago and got not a lot of response Crying or Very sad but good luck mate from alan
 
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I remember selling a Neuvo and checking removing the bung in the overcab storage area and checking behind there was considerable water (several pints) between the lining and the outer skin; this was covering the lighting wiring. In the end the vehicle went back to AS to get sorted out. This was not the ES version but perhaps they both suffer from the same problem.
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