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Old 11-29-2020, 02:16 PM   #1
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1999 Monaco Windsor 8.3 intake heating element

Here's my problem, light comes on for the heating element and goes out after say 30 secs or so but the engine winds over but will not kick as if there was no fuel. I checked the lift pump and it comes on and kicks off when PSI is up so I though I would check the heating elements power to the Im thinking they are solonoids turn the key to on light comes on but no power to the heaters. These worked all along but are not now ay suggestions on where to check next.
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Mechanical injection or ISC?


And, yes the intake manifold heater will be powered through a solenoid.
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Old 11-29-2020, 04:25 PM   #3
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I have a series of relays located in front of the engine that control the grid. I can see the if I lift the hatch in my bedroom closet but yours may be mounted different since I have a bedroom slide.

Attached is a parts page for my coach showing the Preheat Panel
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I checked out the circuit breakers, they are OK, when I turn on the key and the "Wait to Start" light comes on there is no power to the solonoids does anyone have a wiring diagram or know where the fuses are if any before the solonoids are located?There is a small 1 amp in the fuse panel up front of the drivers front wheel and appears to be a relay back in the right rear (last door)
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What engine do you have, is it mechanical.


My 2002 Windsor has a 8,3L ISC 350 HP.

The starting function is controlled by the ECM, which also include the grid heaters.. I have 3 fuse holders in my passenger side rear electrical bay that have 5 fuses, some of which are for the ECM.
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99 8.3 not manual pump is controlled by computer, 2 solonoids and 2 circuit breakers mounted on panel in engine bay across from the heaters.
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What engine do you have, is it mechanical.


My 2002 Windsor has a 8,3L ISC 350 HP.

The starting function is controlled by the ECM, which also include the grid heaters.. I have 3 fuse holders in my passenger side rear electrical bay that have 5 fuses, some of which are for the ECM.
Jim do you realize your signature states 250 HP?

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Well, isn't that embarrassing, thanks I'll make sure to change the HP to 350
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