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Old 12-16-2021, 02:24 AM   #21
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That's the exact unit on ours. There's a harness on the other side of the wall where it goes into the coach. Thor did a horrible caulking/sealing job on ours. I stripped off the caulking and resealed it to make it waterproof.

If you've registered on the owners resource site, it's listed in your installed components.

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Old 05-29-2024, 06:11 PM   #22
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Bringing up this old thread.

On our 2021 Thor Daybreak 30db - I think it's a 2021(not 2020) E450 frame, I ran over a 18 wheeler tire (gator tread) in the road and it pulled out a wire from my driver side marker (as well as broke the mudflap off).

Since then, I've had the issue described in this thread where the running lights for my taillights and side markers are not working. The brakes light up, and turn signals, plus my trailer lights. I could not find a blown fuse, and I'm wondering if they were all run in series from the broken one could that be my problem, but I'm having a hard time finding where it runs. Does anyone have a wiring diagram that Thor used to wire up the lights?

My specific model wiring from Thor doesn't go to that level of detail.

Also, shortly after that incident my hobbs meter for my generator lost power. I'm sure it's all related I just can't really find which wire goes to which.
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Old 05-31-2024, 09:31 PM   #23
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Bringing up this old thread.

On our 2021 Thor Daybreak 30db - I think it's a 2021(not 2020) E450 frame, I ran over a 18 wheeler tire (gator tread) in the road and it pulled out a wire from my driver side marker (as well as broke the mudflap off).

Since then, I've had the issue described in this thread where the running lights for my taillights and side markers are not working. The brakes light up, and turn signals, plus my trailer lights. I could not find a blown fuse, and I'm wondering if they were all run in series from the broken one could that be my problem, but I'm having a hard time finding where it runs. Does anyone have a wiring diagram that Thor used to wire up the lights?

My specific model wiring from Thor doesn't go to that level of detail.

Also, shortly after that incident my hobbs meter for my generator lost power. I'm sure it's all related I just can't really find which wire goes to which.
It turns out this side marker light was in series and fixing that one light fixed them all.

Onto the next project.
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Old 05-31-2024, 09:43 PM   #24
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It turns out this side marker light was in series and fixing that one light fixed them all.

Onto the next project.
Actually, they are in parallel with a daisy-chained positive lead. You break that positive lead and all lights downstream in the daisy chain will not work. They are all 12 VDC lights
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Old 05-31-2024, 10:33 PM   #25
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The three light close together on the center front (amber) and the three center lights rear (red) are identification lights. They indicate the vehicle is over 79 inches wide. Clearance lights are at the left and right, upper, front and rear corners of the vehicle. Side marker are the lights along the side located 20 to 60 inches high near the front and rear of the vehicle. Might as well use the correct terms to avoid confusion.
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Old 06-01-2024, 12:18 AM   #26
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Thanks all, they used to not work…but they do now!
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