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Old 03-15-2017, 09:28 AM   #29
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Thanks 007. I have the Owner's Guide and printed it out and have it in a binder. Your link to the pdf file for 2006 and 2007 coaches looked like it had a little more detail. It may be useful in many cases for my 2003 since I think there are a lot of things that didn't change in those 3 years.

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Old 03-15-2017, 10:19 AM   #30
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You will find that Newmar updates COM_NET every 3 or four years and if you go into 2017 model years the OWNERS GUIDES have a lot more detailed information, was not like this when I got my first Newmar.
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Here is information related to a Spartan chassis that you would find in Spartan forum.
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Thanks all for the advice I received. I just found and repaired not just my courtesy/floor lights, but unknown to me, also the aux start switch. After reviewing some of the literature provided to me on this site, I found inadequate power going to the aux start switch and the courtesy lights. I found the run between the fuse in the rear compartment marked battery boost/courtesy lights and a disconnect at the front of the coach showing very high resistance. Not knowing where it would be in this total run, I was able to locate 2 spare wires and chose one and transferred the power over to it. I was able to swap two pins on a customer disconnect under the dash right above the drivers feet. To assist me with the troubleshooting, I purchased a Lan Tracker wire tracer from Home Depot for under $40.00 that allows you to locate wires with-in bundles. Well worth the money.
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