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Old 06-04-2017, 08:04 AM   #1
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Electric compartment labels

This is a photo of the lower front electrical compartment in our 2003 MADP. Ive seen some units have labels for these circuit breakers and disconnect. These are located right below the HWH jack module. Does anyone have a picture of these in a similar unit? I would like to add the labels.
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labels

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Old 06-04-2017, 05:57 PM   #3
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I also have a 2003 MADP. My rig has nothing like that in the front electrical bay. I believe that is some type of retrofit.

Sorry I couldn't help you.
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Maybe fuse links for batteries look page 15-22.
Also this link to find other info for your coach.
All the links below in my signature have info for your Newmar.
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Those look like 30a thermal reset breakers; very common. The steel plate you see is tying the common (feed) side of the breakers together (uncommon, usually use a wire jumper). What they are for, ?
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Those look similar to the set up on my 99 DS , the relay is the aux ignition relay ( top right ) in your photo.
The 4 12volt C/Bs are for various systems , including power to the Newmar installed front fuse/power distribution panel , in the dash.
I' ll post a photo that I have of my power distribution , I don't know if it can be expanded to view the labels, or identify the circuits by the wiring colors , I may have to get to the coach for a close up.

EDIT; Not clear enough , the two C/Bs on the right are battery circuits , the three on the left are ignition on circuits , I'll get to the coach for better picture.
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Here's a close up , don't know why my dash A/C unit has 2 , circuit breakers

The chassis fuse panel , is the Newmar installed fuse panel under the dash , nothing to do with the Freightliner chassis fuse boxes.
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Thanks. I can now use the devices and check for current draw and relabel mine if they are correct. That DS looks like its in nice shape!
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Thanks. I can now use the devices and check for current draw and relabel mine if they are correct. That DS looks like its in nice shape!
No problem . The green with black tracer, from your left side C/B, will go to the dash circuit board , unfortunately , because the others are all red , it's going to take some investigating.
The " Lost Moose " was in great shape when I got it 7 years ago , and I'm doing my best to keep it that way. The two PO's were nice enough to keep every original document , and that has been a big help with maintenance .

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These pictures are from the front compartment (driver's side) of my 2004 MADP 4018. The coach was painted in August of 2003. Hope this helps. I was just at storage working and remembered the tread and took the pics.


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Thanks Dizzee for the pictures.
Do yourself a favor and spray some contact spray on the fuses and some battery lug protector to stop the rust, they also have a fluid, FLUID FILM, to help prevent rust.
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Thanks 007. I'll do what you suggest. We bought this rig last August and is stored 40 miles from our house. I get to do motorhome chores when we take it out. Hadn't even opened that compartment door since the orientation. Time to get on the stick and evaluate everything about the coach.
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Congratulations enjoy and many safe travels in the future, looks in good condition to be able to see those labels that clear.
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Originally Posted by 007";3639806]Thanks Dizzee for the pictures.:thumb:
Do yourself a favor and spray some contact spray on the fuses and some battery lug protector to stop the rust, they also have a fluid, [B][URL="http://search.aol.com/aol/search?q=Fluid%20Film&s_it=keyword_rollover&ie=UTF-8&VR=3430
FLUID FILM[/URL][/B], to help prevent rust.
When we first bought our coach I had just been introduced to Fluid Film and I used an entire can on everything that moved on her. My bay doors have all kinds of mechanisms on them and they used up a lot. Seems to be good stuff.
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