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Old 11-14-2015, 12:28 PM   #1
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Help with locating Wiring schematics

I need help locating some drawing for our coach. Any suggestions on where to find these would be gratefully appreciated. I did call THOR customer service and was told that when THOR took over the service guy there at that time was throwing all the documents in the dumpster. Is there any other high volume former Damon repair facility known that I could contact?

I have found that my trans display, turn signals and diagnostic plug stay hot with key off and should not be.. I also do not have the dash radio working. I have check all fuses and now looking at the BCC. I have tried the switch that ties coach and chassis battery together and can not hear that relay click. Possibly all these issue tied together.

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Old 11-14-2015, 02:40 PM   #2
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If you think it's the BCC, you could disconnect the house batteries and see if the things you listed are still powered.

Most of the things listed are powered by the ignition switch or a relay powered by the ignition switch. I'd look for a bad relay. The BCC can be checked by testing the wires attached.

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