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Old 11-23-2012, 01:28 PM   #1
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continental safari panther 2000 wiring diagram

Any one out there know where I can get a wiring diagram for my 2002 safari panther. At the moment looking for the AC portion but all be good!

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Sure do Go to either of the 2 Yahoo Safari websites, and in particular, the file download areas. I believe the pdf's there have wiring diagrams.
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I have looked without success, can you provide me a link?

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Old 11-24-2012, 07:11 PM   #4
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Panther wiring diagram

Well I still haven't been able to find wiring diagrams (Anyone out there that has one can you send to knutsond@verizon.net?) I have however fixed the problem, at least temporarily. The main panel had all the voltages, but the sub panel had nothing? I ended up running a wire between the main panel and the sub panel.
I cannot figure out how the sub panel is supposed to get power? Any answers?

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Well I still haven't been able to find wiring diagrams (Anyone out there that has one can you send to knutsond@verizon.net?) I have however fixed the problem, at least temporarily. The main panel had all the voltages, but the sub panel had nothing? I ended up running a wire between the main panel and the sub panel.
I cannot figure out how the sub panel is supposed to get power? Any answers?

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I know nothing about your coach, but usually a sub panel is fed by an inverter.

The normal installation would have the inverter transfer switch fed from a circuit in the main panel. When shore power exists, it is simply passed through to the sub panel, but when shore power is NOT present, the inverter would send power (inverted from battery power) to the sub panel.

It sounds like your inverter is OFF, or defective. If you never get power to the sub panel, under any conditions, then I think your inverter transfer switch is defective.

You probably have simply bypassed your inverter with the added wire.
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Join both of the Yahoo Safari Group sites and ask your questions on BOTH!
I'm sure you can get help there.
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