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Old 06-16-2018, 09:26 PM   #1
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National Tradewind dash wiring

Good day, iRv2 members.
I am new bee to RVing.
The 'new to me' 2003 national Tradewind LE on Spartan chassis has experienced several iterations of in-dash stereo and auxiliary switch DIY.
How may I acquire the wiring schematics for stereo/tv, auxiliary 1, auxiliary 2, and particularly Overhead Fans (3way) so that I can put correct wires on the correct switch spades. Many pink, couple of red, white/green stripe and so much more.

Objective 2 is to learn reset proc for enunciator panel. I doubt my portable OBD2 Bluetooth tool is appropriate for cat 330 turbo.
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Since National is out of business and some of what you are asking for wasn't installed by Spartan, I think you'll just have to trace the wiring yourself. Some manufacturers use wiring looms that have numbers of function printed on the insulation, I know my Gulf Stream has all white insulated wiring with their function printed on it.

If you have an equivalent to an OBDII plug, it's likely to be round plug, not the standard OBDII trapezoid shaped plug. Adaptors are available if you find the round plug type.
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Diesel engines don't use OBD readouts. You need a Silverleaf VMSpc or VMS or other compatible unit to read the codes.
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Let me just say Welcome to the forum. Sorry I can't help with the questions but as you see lots of good folks with good info to share. Good luck on the project and enjoy the adventure.
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Glad to have you here in the forum with us. You're gonna like it here.

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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Congrats on the new rig! I'm not familiar with your rig so can't help with the questions. Keep her between the ditches!

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