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Old 08-03-2021, 01:25 PM   #1
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2010 Monaco Diplomat turn signal & Flasher

Need help locating a wiring schematic diagram for my 2010 Monaco Diplomat 42SKQ . Im having signal light and flasher problems. Replaced the electronic flasher, checked for a problem in the tilt steering wheel, Both tail lights and both dash signal lights come on when flasher is turned on and brake is applied. Could not find a fuse. Any help would be appreciated.
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Weird issue. Maybe the turn signal mechanism needs replaced.

For wiring diagrams on Monaco Coaches go here and request them: https://www.monacocoach.com/technical-assistance

Good luck!
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Old 08-04-2021, 06:20 PM   #3
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Have someone check what's going on at rear tail lights as well. Most likely something wonky happening at rear as well.Sounds a lot like classic case of bad ground/s or connections in daisy chain bulb harness causing back feed .
2nd an issue with trailer plug or harness..is toad disconnected?
3rd corroded bulb base
4th broken bulb glass connected small bulb wires together.
Also last place recent stuff you or service place may been working or changes made .
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https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aqrv2TUdbV6xjjsv...0-iNu?e=4uZwzf

Download these when you have a good wi-fi. There are schematics from the factory CD purchased many years ago.

We have a 2008 40SKQ so there will be few differences in our rigs.

There is a fuse block in the right rear compartment, all the way back. And there are two fuse blocks below the driver in the outside bay.

Here is an example of the files in the link I posted"

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File Type: pdf Fuse Rear Distribution Panel Harness.1.pdf (78.3 KB, 6 views)
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Thank you Myron & Deborah very much for the files . They will be of great help since I can expect no help from Monaco.
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Thank you Myron & Deborah very much for the files . They will be of great help since I can expect no help from Monaco.
Pleasure to serve. You will find an incredible wealth of knowledge on this forum. On occasion I post a question and it never ceases to amaze me how quickly I get an answer. More than one too.

You really need to be handy with tools, a voltmeter, and a check book when owning one of these homes that live on a fault line.

Something is always broken. I tell people that every time we move the RV something is going to be broken. If not, I just missed it.

Changed our second AC unit out a few days ago. The next day the dryer broke. Oh well, its a hobby and helps keep me sharp diagnosing things as I did for fifty years. The physical aspect is not so much fun though.
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Well said. Thanks again.
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