Thank you SVT!
I started out committed to ensure all the system in this MH work as they did off the line. The previous owner did some crazy things and a lot of short cuts. My thought was if I can get these important systems working we can take our time and build the home the way we like and use it while we build.
When we bought it the following items didn't work correctly at all.
AC/Furnace (both zones): After removing the ceiling most of the ceiling harness was removed or just severed and left cut. Missing control box for the rear AC and the flame control board for the zone 1 furnace. Just removed for what ever reason.
Interter/Charger: The Magnum Energy failed at some point. That was just an expesive replacmeent but needed.
ATS (would only connect to 50 amp): after several weeks of diagnostic the utility/shore relay was bad. Solved with a new ATS.
Wipers: Had to do a road side fix on this one as weather creeped on is during the drive home. Ended up being easy as a fuse was the culprit. However we did have to a a road side fix on the arms as they nearly came off from being loose.
Most interior lights: This was just a crappy design on the previous owners (PO) end. He just removed all the OE lights, wired in new ones but never tested his connections. He also removed several switched lights so some are always on. I'll get to that later.
Stereo: Another fuse issue, but every man has to have his tunes while driving.
Chassis battery disconnect: Not really sure what caused it to stop but I reset the relay in the BCC and it seems to work. However it doesn't actually disconnect. I can still start the engine with it off. This seems wrong to me.
Tank level readout: This was a bit more complicated but discovered the cause while tracking down the Thermostat signal wire. Apparently a leak in the pass-side cause water to settle inside a coach to chassis plug. The deteriorated the connections to the point of zero continuity. Re-wired and several things began to work.
Water pump for fresh water tank: Another fuse and a broken filter got this running again.
Propane water heater (leaked): Replaced the valve and leak was resolved.
Emergency LP shutoff (was bypassed): This one baffles me. The 5$ toggle at the back fill connection failed. The LP Shutoff switch. Rather than replacing the switch he ran a secondary harness to under the sink and robbed power from a circuit there. There are a pleathera of reasons why this was a bad idea.
I am sure there is a lot more I am leaving out but as of this message the only system to not be 100% is the AC/Furnace zones. As soon as my new/old control box arrives I should be in business.
That last remaining system to not work is the Power Gear Electric leveling system. That one is going to take time but I'll get to it.
Might take a break this weekend but if its a nice one I'll probably be at it again.
Thanks for following.