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Old 07-14-2018, 07:03 PM   #1
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12 volt wiring diagram

HI all, looking for the 12 volt wiring diagram for the overhead light in the living room kitchen
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Would help if you stated what coach and year you have.
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In terms of effective posting, you will get a LOT more looks from people who can help if you name the coach in the title. I was about to pass over because I don't bother anymore. Just a suggestion.
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Would help if you stated what coach and year you have.
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In terms of effective posting, you will get a LOT more looks from people who can help if you name the coach in the title. I was about to pass over because I don't bother anymore. Just a suggestion.
So what is the "2006 Endeavor 40 PDQ 400 ISL" in his post?
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Would help if you stated what coach and year you have.
did you read his signature?
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Wiring diagram probably not going to happen. they don't exist for the most part. What is your problem?
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So what is the "2006 Endeavor 40 PDQ 400 ISL" in his post?
Ok, let's get snarky. Evidently you didn't read MY post. I said post the coach in the TITLE. I see posts all day that as for information but don't mention the coach in the title. I don't read EVERY post, like many of us I lead a rich and challenging life and if I take a few minutes to scan the new postings, I read ones that catch my attention, usually ones where I know I can help. "12 volt wiring diagram" isn't a subject where my response is "I can help with that", so it is typical of one I would skip.

If it said "12 volt diagram - Coach Type and Year" people who can help will jump in.

I wouldn't get to his signature if I never open the post.

Now, for the record, I have all the significant wiring diagrams for an '06 Beaver Patriot Thunder, and they are very similar to the ones for a Dynasty or Sig.
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Sorry guys didn't want to start a pissing match. Just looking for a little help my overhead lights have 12 volts when I turn them on they dropped to 8 volts. Changed over to LED bulbs from 4-H. 12 volts at the fuse box when the voltage at the switch drops to 8 volts.
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If the voltage is 12V on the incoming side of switch and 8V on the other side, the switch is most likely bad (too much resistance in the switch contacts).
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No 8 volts on the feed side of the switch when I turn the lights on but still 12 volts at the fuse box. Don't make no sense to me.
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If you are losing voltage after the lights go on, you have a bad connection somewhere.
You have high resistance that is dropping the voltage. It could also be a wire that is down
to a couple of strands. I hope this helps.
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If you are losing voltage after the lights go on, you have a bad connection somewhere.
You have high resistance that is dropping the voltage. It could also be a wire that is down
to a couple of strands. I hope this helps.
Yes it is going to try to find all the ground connectors in stock there. Thanks
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