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M450 (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your M450 model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it.....list your M450 Parts here too. NO DISCUSSION OF ANY OF THE M450 LAWSUITS ALLOWED HERE.

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Default Four Eyeball Lights

Where can I find replacements for the small round eyeball lights on the coach marked......landing lights left and right?
Searched here but can find no reference to these little lights.


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Hey Tom. Are you sure they are burned out?? Seems unlikely that all would quit a once. Are you getting power through the switch???
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Bryan, no the clear lenses are cracked. They did have water in them....then cracked in the colder Indy weather.
Thought I would tackle a tiny appearance problem before I dig into the big stuff. A sense of accomplishment right out of the gate!
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Those bulbs should be 12 volt sealed beams. They are available from any real auto parts store. There are 2 different types, spot and flood. You will want the floodlight type. We used them for working lights on the tow trucks before the advent of led’s.
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Those bulbs should be 12 volt sealed beams. They are available from any real auto parts store. There are 2 different types, spot and flood. You will want the floodlight type. We used them for working lights on the tow trucks before the advent of led’s.
He has an M-450
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Best way to confirm voltage needed is to test the battery side of the fuse. Or plug in a 12v like was suggested and wait for the smoke
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I have power. Just looking for the replacement of the fixture.
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i have one,and only one.
Personally,i would shop for an LED that would fit the hole where the old one lives.
Once you figure out what works,let us all know!
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i have one,and only one.
Personally,i would shop for an LED that would fit the hole where the old one lives.
Once you figure out what works,let us all know!

I certainly will. Thank you gentlemen!
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Tom try Dan Hartley at Coach Parts, Inc. (727) 420-6805 & check on his web site at https://coachparts.net/
look under exterior lighting, listed as 12v halogen docking light
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