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Old 05-18-2014, 08:02 AM   #1
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ignition wiring problem

I'm in need of a wiring diagram for a 2000 Monaco diplomat for the ignition switch. my wires got in the fan and pulled them loose. Part of them was for the tail lights and 3 have ignition on them. does anyone know where the go to or have a drawing?
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I know where the lights hook up just not sure on the ignition wires
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Old 05-18-2014, 09:06 AM   #3
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in most RV / cars / truck

pink wire is power when key is on
red wire is hot at all times

i hope some 1 has what you need
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I got it. If you have this to happen to you, they are 4 wires that have #'s and ignition on them. 2 of them have 140 something and ign switch and 2 have 160. The 160 should go tighter with a jumper and the 140's go together with a jumper. They are so that you are having work done they can remote start the motor without going inside. I just butt spliced them together because the wires got messed up.
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