Here's my attempt at installing a "Starter Solenoid Beeper" on my '03 coach to help identify a possible problem as discussed on this thread. I purchased a generic "Backup Beeper" from a local auto parts (O'Reilly) and mounted it next to the "Starter Solenoid". The beeper is self grounded and only required a ring connector on its hot wire and then attached it to the starter side terminal (left side). NOTE: You need to hold the inner nut with a 9/16" wrench while loosening the outside nut.
I can hear it beep (low tone beep) with the door open and no other outside noise present. Since the engine starts quickly without a solenoid failure, it's relatively easy to hear a short beep.
If the engine doesn't even TRY to start (no starter action) then I'll know that the solenoid is working if I hear beeping while turning the key to the start position.
I always start the engine and go the rear of the coach to hook up the car so I should hear a constant beeping if the solenoid contacts "weld" closed. At this point I plan to disconnect the negative battery cable but am still considering EM`s use of a switch. Sounds like there'll be more to come at the Heritage Rally & I plan to be there.
In either case, I'm now carrying a spare per EM's recommendation.