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Old 01-03-2018, 07:14 PM   #1
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2006 Holiday Rambler /Monaco Bay Lights Diagram

Anyone have a wiring diagram for the bay lights? Mine have stopped working (they did work a while back...) and I'd like a diagram if one exists. Yes the fuse is good... The lights don't work, the indicator light in the switch doesn't light either. I figure most any model in the larger A class, perhaps 2004-2008 should have the same/similar wiring on these lights.
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Here you go. Dated 2008; may apply. Diesel on sheet 1, gas on sheet 2.
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Here you go. Dated 2008; may apply. Diesel on sheet 1, gas on sheet 2.
Perfect! Looks like it matches mine. With luck we'll have a warm enough day to let me trace things out.
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Do you a rocker switch by door that feeds power to bay lights?
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Do you a rocker switch by door that feeds power to bay lights?
Yes, in the arm-rest next to the co-pilot's seat. It has a light that should light when the bay lights are on, and that light doesn't come on either. So it is a case of power lost between the fuse (which I believe is good) and the switch. Though possibly (I doubt it as there are multiple grounds) a ground is open. Once warm enough to start testing, I'll trace it out.
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So the other day I opened the basement door and all the lights were on. I'm officially confused (I'm always unofficially confused, though) but it is now working. I'll have to figure out what's going on. Either there is another switch, or a bad connection (very likely).
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Two switches on our 2004 Monarch. Wet bay has #2.







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Two switches on our 2004 Monarch. Wet bay has #2.
Mine is the same. I'm suspecting that switch is either wired wrong, or defective. It appears I had it set the 'wrong' way (the way that didn't work) then the other day I flipped it the other way.

All my basement lights work, the light in the wet bay works but the pin switch is really bad and I'm going to replace it. When we get home I'll pull the switch from the wet bay and check it out and see what is going on.
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I found out on my 05 Admiral SE, new to me December of 2017. That the wet bay and service bays were on fuse F-36 and the storage bays were on F-35. On the fuse panel key F-36 is listed as spare (7.5 amp) that one evidently robbed by previous owner and left empty.
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