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Old 08-15-2019, 09:15 AM   #1
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Question Help with 2004 Holiday Rambler Imperial

Make a long story short I am in need of the wiring diagram for the batteries (chassis and shore) on our coach, original owner rewired and replaced chassis batteries with shore batteries (after installing a 4 panel home solar array), 1st 6 mo's we had the rig it wasn't too much of an issue you just had to hit battery boost BUT now it's 50/50 it's start.

We have it in the shop to fix this and some other issues from modifications the owner did, but the problem is the shop called HR for the diagrams and the current owner of HR do not have anything for our rig.

If anyone can help Thanks
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I believe these pictures are of a battery bay of a 2004 Diplomat . I'll try and track down the post I got it from .
Hope they're similar enough to your set up to be of some help.

Sorry about the arrows and circles , I know how to add them but can't erase.
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I believe these pictures are of a battery bay of a 2004 Diplomat . I'll try and track down the post I got it from .
Hope they're similar enough to your set up to be of some help.

Sorry about the arrows and circles , I know how to add them but can't erase.
I'll only add that those pictures are pretty much exactly what my 06 ambassador looks like as well.
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Make a long story short I am in need of the wiring diagram for the batteries (chassis and shore) on our coach, original owner rewired and replaced chassis batteries with shore batteries (after installing a 4 panel home solar array), 1st 6 mo's we had the rig it wasn't too much of an issue you just had to hit battery boost BUT now it's 50/50 it's start.

We have it in the shop to fix this and some other issues from modifications the owner did, but the problem is the shop called HR for the diagrams and the current owner of HR do not have anything for our rig.

If anyone can help Thanks
UPDATE: Daughter in law found the complete factory wiring diagrams for a 2004 Ambassador which very closely matches our Imperial in options (6 shore battery setup and the POS Security system which our Imperial uses) - so I've ordered it and it'll be delivered to the shop Saturday! Thanks Everyone!
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