I have a 2013 EggCamper and have done some electrical
work on it. I use a VOM (Volt Ohm Meter) to trouble shoot problems. Do you know someone who knowledgeable about how to use a VOM to troubleshoot the low (12VDC) voltage electrical
First question: Does the EggCamper have the Led Running Lights
and Tail Lights
or the incandescent running and tail lights
Second: Have you checked the "fuse panel" for a good fuse connection or a new one needed?
Third: has anyone pulled up the front right closet floor up to check the wiring to the fuse panel?
Fourth: Check the wiring runs in the furthest right and left upper storage areas for bad connections. The upper right and left front and rear running lights
are accessible ,not the easiest.
The rear two running light wiring is run in the upper right and left storage areas and is not well protected. So I would suggest turn on the parking lights on your truck/car with it hooped up to each... and have some one move the wiring around in the furthest back upper storage compartments running to these lights flicker. IF so, go from there to find the area at fault.
The front two running lights are accessible from both right and left storage areas. not the easy either but having a small person in one wiggling the wires as with the rear ones and watching them for flicker while powered.
Using a VOM in the continuity/ resistance mode from the fuse box fuse and looking at each wire to the tail and running lights is how I would start trouble shooting the problem....and having a diagram of the fuse box wiring from Jim Palmer is needed.
Now after saying all that contacting Jim Palmer the creator and manufacturer of the EggCamper to get a wiring diagram might be a very good thing to do. There was one when new with the EggCamper but as usual they get lost. Jim Palmers contact information try LIGHTWEIGHT FIBERGLASS TRAVEL TRAILER
in google will get you the web site. Production has stopped at this time but contact info is there. He may have a color coded wiring diagram you may be able to get depending on what year it was built. Also you could ask him advice about trouble shooting the problem.
Hope this helps....and good luck.