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Old 10-30-2019, 09:18 PM   #29
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Holiday Rambler 1998. Wiring diagram 01(1).pdf
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Old 11-01-2019, 07:25 PM   #31
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The info on the slide switch is in the grid area D 6 of the first drawing #38000528.
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Old 12-30-2019, 09:46 AM   #32
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Still need some help. Now have down time I'm back to working on the side out problem. I call power gear and are very willing to help trouble shoot the problem. They said there is a control box for the side. My problem is still. where is it?

Any other 1999 holiday Rambler Endeavour people located theirs?
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Old 12-30-2019, 11:16 AM   #33
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Hi DGEndeaver; Most Windsor's I am know about have the slide control board in the rear electrical compartment on the passenger side. In your Endeavor that is a cousin to the Diplomat I have seen some controls in the battery compartment. Not sure if any of this helps, but I thought I would chime in. Hope you find it!
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Old 12-30-2019, 12:16 PM   #34
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I didn't see anything in the battery compartment. Thank you for the suggestions.
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Old 12-31-2019, 04:02 PM   #35
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This is the cover I took off today on the passenger side all the way in the back end of Rv. It is just electrical things for the motor in there. Ugh.

My daughter and I searched high and low today for the box. It most be very hidden that's all I can say. Click image for larger version

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Old 01-01-2020, 06:43 AM   #36
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This is the cover I took off today on the passenger side all the way in the back end of Rv. It is just electrical things for the motor in there. Ugh.

My daughter and I searched high and low today for the box. It most be very hidden that's all I can say. Attachment 271081


DG donít recall where the controller box is and I was all through our 99 You might look in the ft drivers side bay as thatís where most of the electrical items are In the battery compartment there are a couple of relays. Mine were silver and mounted on the back wall. You might check these first.
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Old 01-01-2020, 08:28 AM   #37
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Thanks for your reply. I'm not afraid to admit I'm might be missing the obvious but man I just don't see a control box. Click image for larger version

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Also my coach only has one slide driver side living room and kitchen area.
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Old 01-01-2020, 01:46 PM   #39
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In the second picture above the start batteries I think those small black boxes with red wires are relays or circuit breakers. Check to see if each one has power in and out. Use a meter or test light
In the front bay take the large cover off it has three wing nuts. There should be a list of fuses in there which are in that box. Check to see if one us a fuse for the slide

I know that model coach had one for years. But had no slide trouble so never hunted down the controller

You may also want to check if there is power going to the motor when switched on
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They are fuses to something in the battery compartment. They have freightliner tags on them which are no long readable anymore. They are all good. I'm not sure what they are for either. There is no power to switch or motor for the slide. The motor works if I jump it. That's why power gear is suggesting to test the slide control box because the power is distributed from it. They can help trouble shut it but I have to find it and tell them what box I have. Ugh. You won't think it would be this hard. Frustrating. Click image for larger version

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In your photo I see 3 battery cut off switches. Any chance the third one which I think is off is part of the slide system
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They are fuses to something in the battery compartment. They have freightliner tags on them which are no long readable anymore. They are all good. I'm not sure what they are for either. There is no power to switch or motor for the slide. The motor works if I jump it. That's why power gear is suggesting to test the slide control box because the power is distributed from it. They can help trouble shut it but I have to find it and tell them what box I have. Ugh. You won't think it would be this hard. Frustrating. Attachment 271146Attachment 271147
In the second picture, the "fuse" table, the very first fuse position is for the slide room, and it's a 15 amp circuit breaker. Pull it out and see if you have +12V at one of the socket terminals, then use the Ohms function to check the circuit breaker, you should see 0 Ohms. If you have voltage at the socket and the C.B. shows as open (infinite resistance), the circuit breaker needs to be replaced. Any auto parts store.


If you have power to the socket and the circuit breaker checks out OK, we'll be chasing some wires...
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