Originally Posted by mary and bob
Uhaul used plastic inserts in the fiberglass for the marker light screws to go into. New lights are available from Uhaul but they are made by Arrow so they should be available locally or any light with the same distance between screw holes. Use butyl tape under them. I fished wires down between the walls by just using a thin stiff wire. There may not be room for a fish tape. Maybe it's something simple, bad or loose bulb or bad ground connection under the light. Most of the wiring is accessible under or inside the trailer.
The butyl tape is the same as the gum tape I mentioned. I use it religiously when I wire or install lighting
When I talked to her today she was going over some of the work she had done on the trailer and one notation was the shop she took it too , I guess it was a shop stated they could not get the wiring figured out for the amber lights so they by passed the circuit all together.
Like I said there are people out there that have no business doing electrical. I do not know or have a clue what they did or how they by passed it. The trailer is quite aways away from me.
If I can ding her down quite a bit I will go get it. I think this would be a good learning tool for me.
Two things I go going for me. It's fall
going into winter and the country is in really bad shape. Nobody now days has any money burning a hole in their pocket.
I still would like to get it and redo all the wiring in it I think it would be a fun job. I like doing wiring