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Old 07-25-2014, 09:48 PM   #1
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Spare wire location

I found the spare wire on the outside of the front firewall , but I can't remember where the other end is located. Can anybody tell me its location on 2001 40ft alpine coach?
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Me either, so I ran a new wire of the desired gauge to accommodate what I was doing......thru the basement on the drivers side is the easiest.....
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On the later Vansco chassis models they come out in the battery compartment on its forward bulkhead. Don't know on the pre-multiplexed rigs.
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The other end of the spare pair of wires is located in the plastic wire loom…
On the frame rail drivers side midway between the motor and transmission. Some times they would leave a small wire loop sticking out of the plastic loom and other times it is tucked inside the loom.
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Thanks Gary for the help. I found the spear wires.
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