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Old 09-20-2022, 11:34 AM   #1
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I can't help with the diagrams sorry. I was hoping I could get you to send me a pic of the passenger side front compartment with the fuse panel cover removed.
I have a wire that possibly pulled out of a connector and I'm trying to double check.
I have sent a pic I took of said wire and it is coming out of the gray wire loom bundle thanks.
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Old 09-21-2022, 06:10 AM   #2
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Looks like wire went to one of those upper plugs.Hate to say but seems like pin may be pulled out of board. As in it looks like there's an extra portion/half of plug base in the exposed connector, It just looks really long to fit most plugs. I hope I'm wrong and it's just different connector/plug than I'm used to. Unplugging them should show you if ends are male or female.
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Old 09-25-2022, 10:13 AM   #3
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Have a wire pulled loose from one of the connectors in the fuse panel in the compartment below passenger seat. Only yellow wire out of grey bundle anyone have a picture they can send?Click image for larger version

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Old 09-25-2022, 10:46 AM   #4
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Should be the wire that feeds the slide out relay board, fuse F22, as marked with the yellow arrow, below.

I have wiring diagrams for your coach. If you send me a private message that includes your e-mail address, I'll send the diagrams to you.

Is your coach built on a Ford or Workhorse chassis?
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I can't help with the diagrams sorry. I was hoping I could get you to send me a pic of the passenger side front compartment with the fuse panel cover removed.
I have a wire that possibly pulled out of a connector and I'm trying to double check.
I have sent a pic I took of said wire and it is coming out of the gray wire loom bundle thanks.
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It looks like it came out of the block that has 2 yellow wires in it, the one by the screw, or where it says ignition #2.
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It looks like it came out of the block that has 2 yellow wires in it, the one by the screw, or where it says ignition #2.
Yep, I'd bet on that plug in. It's obvious it pulled from there the way it comes under the wire and the position it in.
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Are yellows ground wires on HRs? I would want to be absolutely sure before I plugged it in anywhere
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Seems as though that yellow is a ground of some sort because when inserted into that position all three of my slideouts were inop.
Removed it and operations were normal again. I just don't know why if it is not used HR would even pin it out.
All of this began when I was troubleshooting my map lights that are underneath the big TV box. They all of a sudden just stopped working.
I ordered a new headlight switch thinking that was the issue but it was not. I've check every fuse in the coach and all were good. Anyone had to work this issue before? I've checked and there is no 12v at either of the two light fixtures.
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The wire- when it's in place- prevents the slides from being moved while the engine is on. It's a safety feature. I recommend using it.

The map lights may get their 12V through fuse F53 in the Front Distribution Panel. Check to see if you have 12V on both sides of that fuse. The house battery switch must be on to power fuse F53.

On a Ford chassis, the headlight switch controls the driver-side map light. Roll the dimmer all the way up, then past the detent, to turn on that light. May work similarly for a Workhorse chassis; I don't have any direct experience with that.
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Before they stopped working the switch turned both lights on.
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would be curious to see where all the other wires in that bundle kinda connect to, as slide out power etc... The wire plugging in, could be the ignition ON stop the slides from moving. Try turning the ignition on, and move the slides. I WISH i could start the engine and as i am airing up, pull the slides in. IF the slides work with the ignition on, that could be where it goes.. Would narrow down what it could be, if it stops the slides from running.
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