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Old 03-23-2008, 05:06 PM   #1
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outside door Light on 65 OVerlander

Can someone tell me where the outside door Light gets its power from, I cant seem to track it down, I do know the light to the outside ( Porch Light) works, I crossed it over to the switch from another source. and it comes on. Problem Im dead to the switch and dont know where the power comes to it from, Help Thanks Jerry
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Old 03-23-2008, 05:11 PM   #2
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On my '67, I believe the power was tapped where the galley's ceiling (not sink) light is.

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The power feed is in the roof, and is dropped down from the curbside main bow.
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Old 03-23-2008, 05:27 PM   #4
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Dtrmnd, I can't say for a 65 for sure but my 70 27' overlander Porch light power comes from the curbside small reading light located on the bottom of the overhead console. The front ceiling light is also on that same circuit.
I hope this is also true for a 65 overlander.
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On ours (admittedly not the same year) a single 12v wire came down from the center bow down the bow next to the entry door, and connected to the switch there.
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After a lot of testing. we discovered that the Vent Fan in the Bathroom had been removed, and the wires were left open, that circuit controls the Bathromm Fan, twinbed Ceiling light and the outside light. hope that might help someone else out.
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