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Old 06-27-2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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Guages off and on

On my 2008 monaco Dynasty the guages will go blank and all that shows is a readout that says NO-DATA, has anyone had this problem and what is the fix and also is the milage still pileing up while it is off. When i stop and turn ignition off then back on the guages will work again for a couple hundred miles?
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Dunno, but you don't have to stop to turn the key off and on again. If cycling the key fixes it, just do it.

It sounds as though the dash is losing its feed from the engine data bus, so would suspect a loose connection. Just where that may be behind your dash is whole another question... Maybe another Monaco owner can help.
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I should have added that a nice thing about a diesel is that you don't have to crank the engine again to restart if the vehicle is still moving - it will restart on its own.
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Old 06-28-2013, 02:19 PM   #4
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Are you on a Freightliner chassis? If so I would suggest calling Freightliner. They have been busy replacing gauges on many 2008 models because of a bad board of some sort. I would look into this as it sounds very similar to what is being discussed on the TRVN forum.

I went back and looked: it is the data harness that connects the gauges and LIN DATA jumpers with wiring that is too small. It is just now showing up in a lot of Freightliner 2008 chassis coaches.
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