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good morning all.
i know this site is a bit more complex than the yahoo site and you may be confused on where to post your question.
don't worry about it too much,just post it and we will move it to the right place.

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how do you remove the horn button on 95 wander lodge
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Welcome Jim. We're glad your here. Lot of folks here with answers. I think all you need to do is insert a fine flat blade screw driver between the gap of the button and the wheel hub. It will just lift out. Held in round spring clips.
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how do you remove the horn button on 95 wander lodge
Well, I'll just be danged... I logged on tonight to ask this very question. I am thinking of painting my steering wheel spokes this week.
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I have a 2003 Wonderlodge LX and have lost my tail lights. I see a fuse panel behind the foot rest with a bunch of #s any ideas?
Thank you in advance, Paul
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I have a 2003 Wonderlodge LX and have lost my tail lights. I see a fuse panel behind the foot rest with a bunch of #s any ideas?
Thank you in advance, Paul
I normally check the fuses before i do anything else,do you have a test light?
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Yes i checked the ones behind foot rest they all seem good. Wondering if there is another fuse pane?
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I know your bus is way different then mine but I had a bunch of trouble with tail lights from a bad head light switch. Short of it was drawing too much current thru the switch. Had to rig up relays so that the switch just turned on the relay.

This was evident when the switch was pulled and you could see the burned wires going to the one pole of the switch.

Don't know if this is a help or not.
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Yes i checked the ones behind foot rest they all seem good. Wondering if there is another fuse pane?
Did you open that door below the drivers window,on the outside?
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