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Old 08-17-2011, 06:38 PM   #1
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Wiring Problems

I posted a topic a few weeks ago in regards to my 2006 Georgieboy Landau with a W-22 Chassis. On a trip back from myrtle Beach my rear backup camera, dash fans, defroster fans, drivers window and remote to the rear view mirrors stopped working. I took my coach to a workhorse dealer this week to have the problem fixed. They called me back today and stated that all the fuses were good and that the problem was a coach wiring issue not a chassis issue and I needed to take it to a RV dealer. My question is before a spend another couple hundred is there something I could do on my own to fix this problem? Any input would be helpful thanks in advance.
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Old 08-17-2011, 08:12 PM   #2
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Depends on how good you are with wiring... When dealing with a wireing issue you find yourself tracing wires through bundles and this is no easy task.

Now.. From your list of issues. I am suspecting a bad ground... But alas, no clue as to where it is located.. Look for wires that are screwed to frame parts with a loose or rusted screw.b
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I believe all of the items you listed are powered from the coach batteries. I would start there. Good Luck JP
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