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Old 02-26-2015, 10:04 AM   #1
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Trans Comm Err - Engine Comm Err - HELP

2005 Alpine Coach 36" FDDS
Coach wil not start. Ignition does not crank engine. On the Actia LED display there are two error codes.
The transmission pad is not lighted, so no power is getting there.
Everything else on the coach works OK.
Also,On the rear Vansco VMM leds 13 & 14 are flashing indicating an error of some kind. Leds 13 & 14 are both marked as "Ignition Power" which I DO NOT have.
I have checked all the fuses in the fuse block in the battery compartment above the solenoid and cleaned the block with contact cleaner. I had a previous problem with the coach starting and it proved to be this fuse block was dirty and corroded. At that time I cleaned the block and all was well. That's not the case this time. All those fuses are good and the block is clean.
I check all the grounds I could find and they are all OK. I simply don't know where else to look.
HELP !!! TJ Shively 513-383-8946
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