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Old 07-23-2015, 10:12 AM   #1
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2000 Intrigue wiring question

I removed the old tube TV in the bedroom and there are two wires in the cabinet that were capped off with wire nuts. They are yellow and black and both have a label with the letter "B" on them. I don't see any voltage across them so wondering if anyone knows where they go or connected to? I was wanting 12v in the cabinet and thought I lucked out but not so sure now.

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I just looked at mine and my wires run through the bottom of the cabinet. So I took the slide room control out to see where they go and found them capped. Mine don't have any labeling on them either so possibly they are spares. All of CC wiring is numbered, except these of course
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Old 07-24-2015, 07:50 AM   #3
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Thanks Don I will chase mine down also.
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Old 07-24-2015, 09:31 AM   #4
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Believe this previous thread may answer your question, they are probably spares, terminating on small block in fuel filter compartment (passenger rear basement compartment):
A yellow wire and a green wire, what are they for?
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2000 Intrigue wiring question

Thanks will check that out!
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Well, my coach does not have the terminating block in the filter bay. I have looked all over the rear end and have yet to find a block anywhere. Even had an ex CC tech look and he couldn't find one either
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B stands for Bedroom. They are spare wires shown in the wiring diagrams. In my coach those wires are unterminated on both ends. I found the other end of those wires coiled in the engine Bay Area behind the right rear fuel filter and air intake bay.
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B stands for Bedroom. They are spare wires shown in the wiring diagrams. In my coach those wires are unterminated on both ends. I found the other end of those wires coiled in the engine Bay Area behind the right rear fuel filter and air intake bay.
This is interesting as how I don't have any wires in the engine bay. Our coaches are almost 100% alike in the wiring so I don't know where mine are. My black and yellow have no markings on them at all.
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on 2000 intrigue, they end at the side of the fuse box in the last compartment (fuel filter bay) at passenger side.
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