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Ice castle wiring issue
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I'm working on an ice castle , rv edition. Guy says right blinker not working.. Looked into a little bit today, doesn't seem I'm getting power from the plug in harness to the taillight . They have green and yellow wires both to left light, and brown and white to right. Scratching my head a little, but gonna dig into it more tomorrow. Anyone have similar issues? Or a possible resolution? Thanks !

Posted on: 2016/10/24 20:18
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Re: Ice castle wiring issue
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12/19/2012
From N.Central MN.
Posts: 77
The recognized color code I believe should be as following:

wht.-common
brown-running lights
green-right blinker/brake light
yellow-left blinker/brake light

It sounds like the wiring harness was installed on a Fiday after a long lunch.
You should have the white split out by the ball hitch and securely terminated to the frame.This is the common. The frame is now your return path for your dc lights. This is why this connection is so important.It is not "just a ground" like I hear alot. OK, now that we have that covered,you should have brown/green on the right(passenger), and brown/yellow on the left(driver).

Hope this helps,
Darrell68

Posted on: 2016/10/25 13:15
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Re: Ice castle wiring issue
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Mice got in and chewed though the wire.

Posted on: 2016/10/25 14:15
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Re: Ice castle wiring issue
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I have a 2011Sport Angler, that I bought used. The first time I turned on the headlights in my pickup the Ice Castle lights didn't work right. After taking off chrome siding on one side, found a siding staple right through the wiring harness. Seems like quality control doesn't check things out very well.

Posted on: 2016/10/30 8:59
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