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Old 09-12-2022, 05:31 PM   #1
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Monaco Box#4 electrical question about ABS

Anyone have information on the two sockets labeled "ABS BC" (Blink Code), and ABS SW (Switch).

There is nothing plugged in these positions.
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Anyone have information on the two sockets labeled "ABS BC" (Blink Code), and ABS SW (Switch).

There is nothing plugged in these positions.
Does your ABS light come on (self test) when you turn on the ignition? If not maybe someone pulled those fuses to hide an error and disable it? Where was that box located on your coach?
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I have the same problem.
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The box is back at the rear curbside compartment.
I do not have any blinking codes, just wondering what these were for.

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Well I would check my manual and see if there are any references to those fuses. If you're rig is older maybe it doesn't have ABS and that was a replacement box? I'll look and see if I have one in my compartment. Mines a 2009 and it does have ABS. I would also be tempted to put fuses in those locations and see if they blow, or if I suddenly have an abs light that comes on/stays on after the self test when turning on the ignition...
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Thank you

Yes, I do have an ABS system

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Yes, I do have an ABS system

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I looked for a similar box and I do not have one that i can see. If I do have one it may be covered by a panel in the basement. Hopefully someone with a similar model can help.
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