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Old 04-17-2018, 09:38 AM   #1
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What is this

could anybody tell me what this is
it has a little test button on it as well
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Electronic module of some kind. Maybe the ejector control for the passenger seat?
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Old 04-17-2018, 09:49 AM   #3
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Self destruction button ?
Ejection seat button ?

Do you have the Monaco James Bond Special Edition RV ?

Just teasing..
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Is it hooked up by wiring harnesses? It looks like a relay control board. Possibly the control board for the TV/radio switch on the dash? Where is it located in the RV?
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its located in the fuse locker on a 1998 monaco diplomat
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Old 04-17-2018, 10:45 AM   #6
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Flux capacitor!

or they might be circuit breakers:

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it would be good to know what yhey are used for on the coach
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could anybody tell me what this is
it has a little test button on it as well
Can't tell you what it is but can tell you what the items are on the board based on the circuit numbering. "K" items are relays and "CB" items are circuit breakers. So,,, looks like some type of auto reset panel. The test button could be like the test button on a GFCI outlet. Test the circuit breaks are functional.
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Hi Uksteve, If that board is located in the electrical compartment just below the left drivers side window, I would say it looks a lot like the ABS control board in my 2001 Windsor. Does your Diplomat have ABS brake system? The orange diode lights up when the ABS light on the dash is on going through prove out of the dash warning lights. The button with the T on it is pushed to find fault codes in the ABS system. There is a sequence for testing. Jackwjames has posted here on the sequence for testing and retrieving codes. Is your ABS light on all the time? If not, there should nothing wrong with the system and the board is doing what it is supposed to do. You can find more answers if you use the search at the top right of the page and ask for how to retrieve ABS diagnostic codes for your year of Diplomat. Or that board is for the Flux-Capacitor! Hope this info helps Steve.
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Thanks
Would have never thought of that
No lights on dash so hopefully all ok for the ABS
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Or that board is for the Flux-Capacitor!

Now you just need to wind that big rig up to 88mph!

Good info on the ABS self test. I'll be searching for that info as well. I seem to be learning a little bit every time I visit this forum. Pretty soon I'll have to start forgetting stuff to make room for new information!
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