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I found an round silver device located in the area of the circuit breakers in the lower front load center. It has two male spade connections and has the following markings: 552-12v. What is this?
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I found an round silver device located in the area of the circuit breakers in the lower front load center. It has two male spade connections and has the following markings: 552-12v. What is this?
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Yes Curt, that is exactly what it looks like. I guess it is the flasher for the turning lights/emergency flashers?
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552 is a flasher
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How should this flasher be wired. One wire was on the source side of the circuit breaker with an inline glass fuse. The other wire was connected on the load side of breaker. I don't think that is correct.
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Are you talking about the same circuit breaker?

One terminal of the flasher should be on the fuse or breaker side and the other terminal of the flasher should be connected to your turn signal relays.

Look into your coach prints for the layout and relay locations
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Unfortunately I do not have the original blueprints and only have copies printed from the WOG.
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