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Old 10-27-2021, 07:11 PM   #1
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2002 HR Endeavor Wiring Diagram

Iím having some issues with the wiring on my 2002 Holiday Rambler Endeavor and I was wondering if anybody had a wiring diagram for it?

I believe the relay panel where the dash lights attach may have broken or corroded wiring. REV was no help, supposedly the RV is obsolete.

Any idea where I can get a new relay box?

Also I need a new Oil Pressure gauge, any idea where I can get one?

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Old 10-27-2021, 08:23 PM   #2
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Doubt you'll find new,
Here are some boxes listed on the Visione RV website, the Monaco 1 & 2 are what I have.


NW RV Supply carries quite a bit of Monaco parts, here is an oil gauge that that is used on my 2002 Windsor.

http://www.nwrvsupply.com/product/944234.html
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Old 10-28-2021, 06:05 AM   #3
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Hi Jim,

There was no picture of the gauge on the NW RV site, Does your gauge look like the one that I attached?

By the way, I did locate the Monaco 1 and Monaco 2 relay blocks you mentioned. Iím waiting to find out if Vision RV ships to Canada, but Iím going to be going to Florida so I could slip over to Kentucky to pick them up.

I plan on getting out of Canada before the deep freeze slips in up here.

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Here is the parts page for my dash. It's hard to tell if they are the same, the main display and positioning of the gauges are different. But my guess they may be the same as a company like Monaco would have had a central purchasing department for parts and they would have taken advantage of volume by making gauge make/model pretty much standard.


The parts page does have the Vendor numbers which you can search for, that is how I found the NW RV Supply link, but there were others. Not that there were actually a couple different types used with dates prior/after.



About 2 months ago I ran across another site that had new old stock of the the Monaco 1&2 boxes, just did a search using the Monaco number and found this.

https://www.idiwordia.top/index.php?...ducts_id=25939
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Hi Jim,

thanks for the info on the relay and gauge. I ordered the Monaco 2 relay, itís pretty cheap so hopefully itís not a scam. Iím having it sent to Florida so hopefully it will be there when I get there in about a month.

Cummins may have a gauge tomorrow but Iím not holding my breath on that. I may need to order it from NWRV and get it sent to Floridaís well.

The MotorhomeĎs been sitting for two weeks at Cummins, Wednesday I will pull it out as I have to prepare things to cross the border on November 8, whether itís ready or not.

Anyway itís been in Cummins over 2 weeks, which is good in one way as I donít have to worry about anything freezing, bad as thatís now my house and I havenít had access to it.
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Hi Jim,

Now Cummins thinks the wiring to 3 of my dash gauges is either burnt, corroded or broken so the wiring diagram will come in handy I think, Iím not sure if the oil pressure, coolant temperature and transmission temperature go to the wiring fuse panel in the side compartment or directly to the gauges in question. It would be much easier if it went to the side fuse panel so I wouldnít have to open up the dash again. Do you know if they go to the fuse panel Jim?
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Try the last post, well look at them all, but the last one may be fruitful.

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f26/99-h...sw-394014.html


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The diagrams posted on the other pages were Freightliner and Spartan, and my chassis is Roadmaster I believe. I have what I think is the right wiring diagram for my chassis, however it simply shows the wires going from the sensors to what I think are the gauges. I thought perhaps there was more detail to be had and that somewhere along the route to the gauge the wiring might go to the gauge via the fuse panel compartment so that I would only need to wire from the sensor to the fuse area and splice in the wires.
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My wiring diagram basically shows the same thing. It does not have detail on how the wires were run, it just a general schematic.

I do not think they go through the fuse panel, my wiring diagram shows no fuses. My guess they are all in the same wiring harness from back to front as Monaco prewired for everything as they built the chassis/coach. If you have a problem with all three it may be in one place.

Unfortunately all the wiring pretty much runs through the raise rails of the chassis and will be very hard to find/fix.

Good news is this only affects your gauges, the engine relies on the ECM and sensors for the engine.



Might consider investing in a good vehicle monitoring system, the cost would be far less then what you'll pay to have Cummins try and fix your gauges. Look at a Blue Fire system, blue tooth capable, you can monitor info on your phone, laptop, tablet.
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The diagrams posted on the other pages were Freightliner and Spartan, and my chassis is Roadmaster I believe. I have what I think is the right wiring diagram for my chassis, however it simply shows the wires going from the sensors to what I think are the gauges. I thought perhaps there was more detail to be had and that somewhere along the route to the gauge the wiring might go to the gauge via the fuse panel compartment so that I would only need to wire from the sensor to the fuse area and splice in the wires.
I have a wiring diagram for a 2000 Endeavor and it is on a Freightliner chassis. I also have a diagram for a 2006 Endeavor and that one is shared by many other Monaco coach models. It looks like the chassis changed in the mid-2000s. I would bet your is still a Freightliner. I think the 2000 diagrams would be the same or very close to your 2002.

You can download my 2000 diagrams (there are two pdf files) from my signature line ("wiring diagrams") then go to folder 2000-2008 diagrams, and folder 2000-2006 Holiday Rambler.
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