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Bad HL switch. Change as others suggested.
Thanks Chip, will do that and report back! I found them online but is it something I can pick up at Napa, does anyone have a part number?
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Thanks Chip, will do that and report back! I found them online but is it something I can pick up at Napa, does anyone have a part number?
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You can try spraying some contact cleaner in the switch and turning it on and off a few times. Contact cleaner for electronics not contacts you put in your eyes
Or get a new switch, NAPA, autozone gives you a lifetime warranty on the part I think, orileys, whichever is easiest to get to.

Part numbers are in this thread
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...ad.php?t=30393
Hi Kiki,

Thank you for the link. Somehow, between the lights acting up, water not getting hot, and driving 250 miles a day, I missed your post!

On my way to Napa to get new switch.
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Need to replace the headlight switch on our 1989 WB40 8V92. After researching threads and posts on WOG, I found some of you recommending the ACDelco D1505B. I did a little inter web research and noticed that this switch face looks different than the actual one on our dash. Then I found an ACDelco D1527A, which looks identical (on the surface anyway). I need to order one ASAP, so, can anyone advise as to which switch and part number I need? I will put some pics to show the difference...Thanks!

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Need to replace the headlight switch on our 1989 WB40 8V92. After researching threads and posts on WOG, I found some of you recommending the ACDelco D1505B. I did a little inter web research and noticed that this switch face looks different than the actual one on our dash. Then I found an ACDelco D1527A, which looks identical (on the surface anyway). I need to order one ASAP, so, can anyone advise as to which switch and part number I need? I will put some pics to show the difference...Thanks!

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I thought I WAS being helpful...
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Are all your outside lights on? You didn't hit the Blair light switch by mistake
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Are all your outside lights on? You didn't hit the Blair light switch by mistake
Bingo!!
The old Blair switch project!
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That combined with the malfunctioning headlight warmers equals disaster !!
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