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Old 09-29-2012, 04:51 AM   #1
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Won't start

Batteries are all up. When we turn on ignition every thing comes up except Allison pad. No lights on on Allison touch panel and Engine won't start. We think we have checked all the fuses, relays and can find nothing wrong. Coach hasn't moved for a month, never had this before, nothing that I know of has changed. What are we missing?
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Old 09-29-2012, 05:14 AM   #2
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Two places to start:

1. In the battery compartment, next to the chassis batteries there will be 3 or 4 inline fuse holders. One is for the transmission. Check to make sure it's good.
2. There is a wiring connector directly under to shift pad. Make sure it's good and tight.

Good luck.
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Old 09-29-2012, 07:30 AM   #3
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Buster (thanks for putting coach info in your signature, it makes it much easier to help),

I am attaching a wiring diagram for our coach (2009 Camelot) 12v systems, it may not be helpful for yours but I suspect some things are similar.

I have been chasing some electrical problems on our coach, door locks, BIRD battery isolation to name two; all after having the coach set idle for a period of a few months. I have traced every problem to the small 12v relays used all over the coach. In some cases they just needed to be removed and reseated and in some cases they had failed. Don't over look these components - on our coach there are two of these relays at the top of the front PCB 12v distribution panel. They are associated with the ignition switch - I would remove them and then plug them back in to see if that makes a difference. As noted by Steve there are some fuses in the rear, curbside run bay that have something to do with the transmission. Since you have a fail to start and transmission problem together it might be ignition switch related - just a stab in the dark. I note you have checked relays and fuses so this may not be helpful but in my experience just when I think have checked everything I find another relay or fuse somewhere else. (Including a relay on the front PCB labeled spare but when it is removed the cruise control doesn't work - go figure.) Good luck in your easter egg hunt.

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Old 09-29-2012, 09:14 AM   #4
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Just posted on the other board...good luck. AND do let us know when it starts, or kep asking when you have tried the suggestions. You have some pretty good folks watching this....until noon when football starts...ah we will keep checking.
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Hear That diesel Roar! It was a fuse, I guess we missed it last night. Thanks for all your help.
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Love that simple stuff...hmmm wonder why the fuse blew...film at 11.
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