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Old 04-09-2016, 10:37 PM   #1
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Engine bay starter switch

1998 Monaco Windsor

My remote start panel does not work. There is 12-volts present to the box. When removed and tested, both switches are functional. The wires go into the typical loom-covered mess that makes tracing wires difficult. Any ideas?

Is there a fuse? A dedicated relay?

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On my coach I have to have the key turned to the run position before it will start...

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Hey Matt, Like mentioned above my key has to be in the run position. If you've already tried that I don't have a clue.
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I will go hide in the corner now. That was the solution. On our previous coach, the remote switch would not work if the helm switch was on. I figured that was convention.

Another task off my list! Thanks!

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