Thanks for the tips.
I think I've found my light issues.
The first problem I found was that the ground wire to the Dash Headlamp switch was not hooked up. After reconnecting it the exterior lamp worked as it should.
I took it for a test drive hoping this was also causing my blinking light issue but after about 30 mins. it started acting up again. I took some time to play around with the light switch when I got home. With the headlamp switch hanging loose, but hooked up, if I held it at a certian angle the lights would work fine. If I rotated the switch with my hand and/or moved the wiring by the switch it acted up again. If I moved it back to the same spot it would work fine every time.
Here is a pic of the headlamp switch connection.
As you can see there are some issues there. The headlight and taillight wires are spliced together(not sure why?).
On the upper right corner you can see a bare wire. It is for the taillights and is live when the switch is on. The insulation is melted off it for about 6-8". That is the same terminal that is melted on the connector as well. It doesn't look recent so I will redo the wiring and see what happens.
Hope that does it.
As far as the bus. 95' GMC with Thomas body.
Here it is after the 2 1/2" hour drive home:
After getting it retitled and inspection by state patrol.
I have been driving a 96' suburban for years and love it but was looking for something with a little more cargo room. Originally going to go with a cargo van but I saw this on Cl and thought it would work pretty well to haul stuff/people. I ended up leaving half the seats in so it is titled as a car.
Been looking through all the great posts & pic's on the site... Trying hard to fight off the big bus bug....