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Old 08-06-2014, 10:51 AM   #1
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2008 Endeavor water pump circuit

On this trip we have had electrical problems which I will go into later however immediate concern is we have no 12 v water pump. We get no red indicator light on the three pump indicator lights bus we do have purer on the tank indicator lights. The F14 fuse in the back panel for monitor panel/water pump is fine when I remove no monitor panel the in line fuse on the pump is good. Any thoughts on another fuse location or other issues I need to look at with this?
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:36 AM   #2
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Since you stated you had other electrical problems I am not sure this will help but, other than 12V itself you have two other factors to allow the pump to work. One is the pressure switch which is most likely built into the pump. The other is a latching relay which would give you the lights on the switches and also power the pump. Not sure where yours is located but I would start by looking at the pump and try to follow the wires back. My guess is it would be somewhere near the pump and you could try to jumper around it for a test.
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"Latching Relay"

"The other is a latching relay which would give you the lights on the switches and also power the pump. "

Thanks for your good reply - can you provide more insight into the "latching relay" and where it is located? We have no power lights on any of the three pump switches so I am pretty sure the pump is not getting power.
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I have yet to look for mine so not much help there. From the searches I have done it looks like it will be located in the water bay with the pump and all switches lead to a plastic box (latching relay) and then the out wires go to the pump. One search I did said it is located behind the panel. Probably will look like this Intellitec Products 00-00145-100 Water Pump Controller RV Parts

Also not sure but I think the switches provide ground not voltage to the relay so you would not see voltage there.
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I have a 2008 Endeavor. In the wet bay on the top right section of the plastic panel is an inspection cover. Remove that and look to the right with a flashlight. Hopefully you will find the part that bdpreece shows in his link.

In a pinch you can supply 12 volts directly to the pump by tapping the storage bay light or some other source.

When you find the part and if you find the voltage and ground are working you can jumper the hot lead to the control lead there.
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