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Old 05-26-2006, 08:55 AM   #1
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Does Newmar have a site where one might access the wiring and plumbing diagrams online,such as Winnebago does?

Jeff is wondering for instance,if there's somewhere he should expect to look for the CB wires,BEFORE crawling under the dash....

In the case of Winnebago,they're in a plastic bag under the dash nearest the front street-side corner,wondered where we need to look..
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Does Newmar have a site where one might access the wiring and plumbing diagrams online,such as Winnebago does?

Jeff is wondering for instance,if there's somewhere he should expect to look for the CB wires,BEFORE crawling under the dash....

In the case of Winnebago,they're in a plastic bag under the dash nearest the front street-side corner,wondered where we need to look..
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Old 05-26-2006, 09:53 AM   #3
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Pssst, hey guys....
He's startin' with the mods and doesn't even have the new coach yet!



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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by troth:
Pssst, hey guys....
He's started with the mods and he doesn't even have a coach yet!


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Thomas....here's what I posted....

Jeff is wondering for instance,if there's somewhere he should expect to look for the CB wires,BEFORE crawling under the dash....

I ordered the "all in one" CB....While it's not the "greatest",I'm not planning on working any "skip" with the coach radio,just monitoring 19....

Bet ya thought I'd monitor 13 eh?
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But Thomas I must disgress....

I am planning on adding the Smartire monitoring system and interfacing it with the Triptek 2520 that's coming with the coach....

I'm also going to let Howard add the second rear view camera as well....
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Uh oh... you threw me another curve. -What's this about a second rear view camera?

Are you gonna have two toads behind that coach?!!



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your coach should come with a DVD with the owners package (at least my `05 did). On that DVD you will find a bunch of .pdf files with every diagram you would want. I printed the most common and packed them in the owners package.

Maybe your dealer will loan you one ahead of time.
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John,
Come to think of it,I was looking through the Owner's stuff for Jeff's MADP and I recall coming across a DVD...I'll get him to load it and see if he can find out where his CB wires are...
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If he has a access panel on top of dash in front of steering wheel the ant and wires +&- will be coiled inside not in bag. If not should be left hand side of dash under dash.
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