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Old 03-07-2013, 05:10 PM   #15
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Wow thanks all .......boweave ..... Yes my plugs have slots for pins ( female) and the switches are (male) ...I did do the match up thing ...but however some of the plugs have more slots than pins ...like 1 switches has a total of 5 pins.... but there is not a 5 pin female plug came from factory like that. Fred Coooper ...Thx all brand new Batt last summer. I keep my coach plugged in, inside the garage...BUT I did notice low batt indicator light and ran gen to charge back up ...you may be right will check it this weekend...... Mbrandt1402 Yes all 5 switches come out of the harness at the same place and are grouped together, on all my (plugs) their more slots (with wires going to them) than are (pins) on my plugs. That's why I cannot just match up Plug to Wire........I think I am going to try to take my 12v tester and try to find the HOT wire on a plug (on harness side) and have wife pull the FUSE at Marked Panel and if tester light goes out ..then that should tell me which plug is which ?????? Thx to all for help...
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make sure there is a wire for each plug and socket i cant see them wasting the wire if its not used.. cost normally probits it
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Old 03-13-2013, 01:54 PM   #17
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Fred Cooper ....you were right Coach Cranking Batteries were down some.....I was plugged into only a 15 Amp plug and was running the lights and heat while working on the floor. I am sure it dropped the voltage down in my Batteries. I charged them this past weekend ....... gauges now work great and coach starts right up ...Thanks for you Help !!!
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