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Old 05-25-2014, 06:04 AM   #1
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Step switch

I had to have my step motor replaced a few months ago on my 1999 Holiday Rambler. After returning home I found the inside switch did not work. It appears that he moved the wires around in the switch. Their is one switch and one indicator light. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the switch . The steps work fine I just can not lock them out when we camp.

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The manufacturer has good wiring diagrams color coded what each wire does.
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Here's one for a Kwikee brand step. Specifics for the switch may depend on the RV manufacturer, who supplies the switch and wires it in. Also, some steps used a normally closed switch, while others were normally open. I've forgotten when Kwikee changed from one style switch to the other.

Quikee Step Wiring Diagram
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