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Old 02-14-2013, 02:29 PM   #1
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What s this switch?

Hi All ,


I just bought a winnebago superchief 89 .
Can not find the manual only brochure and wirediagrams .

This one needs some work

So first is what s that switch with B G on it , battery and generator?

Why are there 4 led lights there ?

Cheers j

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Old 02-14-2013, 02:32 PM   #2
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My guess is black and gray. The lights indicate the various levels in the tanks.
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Probably right. If so, they would tell you how much liquid is in your black and gray water tanks. I would be surprised if they worked.
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Probably right. If so, they would tell you how much liquid is in your black and gray water tanks. I would be surprised if they worked.
They probably work....just incorrectly.....like all of them do.
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If you ask that question on this link, you might get a better answer. There are lots of info specifically for Winnebagos on this site.

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However, I think the other posters are correct, but why the Black and Grey tank monitors would be on the instrument panel is weird. On a Winnie it is usually above the stove or the door.
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