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Old 05-31-2018, 01:18 AM   #1
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07 Adventurer Back Up Monitor

I have an 07 Adventurer 33V, and my backup monitor doesn’t appear to have power going to it. Does anyone know where the fuse is (screen shot attached).
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Old 05-31-2018, 04:37 AM   #2
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I see your coach is built on a Workhorse chassis. Follow the links below.

Winnebago Wiring Diagrams
2007 Adventurer/Suncruiser G33V Wiring Diagram Book
Backup Monitor Installation (Sheet 2 Zone D-8) (page 3 of the PDF)
Automotive Wiring Diagram (Sheet 2 Zone D-6) (page 5 of the PDF)
Now looking for source of wire "LD"
Zone D-4 of same drawing, is on fuse E1 of the "WH I/P Convenience Center"
Where is that?
Front End Wiring Installation (Sheet 3 Zone B-6) (page 4 of PDF)
Also shown in View CE Zone B-2 of same drawing
Fuse E1 is the third row from the top, farthest left.

Also helpful is the "secret decoder ring," a link off the first link above:
Wiring Identification Guide

I note that "LD" feeds other circuits, such as the power mirror relay, so those circuits should be dead, too, if fuse E1 is blown.

This is for a single-camera system. If your coach has a three-camera system, there is an additional two-wire connector to chase through the diagrams.
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Old 05-31-2018, 09:02 AM   #3
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Citti34-

I see your coach is built on a Workhorse chassis. Follow the links below.

Winnebago Wiring Diagrams
2007 Adventurer/Suncruiser G33V Wiring Diagram Book
Backup Monitor Installation (Sheet 2 Zone D-8) (page 3 of the PDF)
Automotive Wiring Diagram (Sheet 2 Zone D-6) (page 5 of the PDF)
Now looking for source of wire "LD"
Zone D-4 of same drawing, is on fuse E1 of the "WH I/P Convenience Center"
Where is that?
Front End Wiring Installation (Sheet 3 Zone B-6) (page 4 of PDF)
Also shown in View CE Zone B-2 of same drawing
Fuse E1 is the third row from the top, farthest left.

Also helpful is the "secret decoder ring," a link off the first link above:
Wiring Identification Guide

I note that "LD" feeds other circuits, such as the power mirror relay, so those circuits should be dead, too, if fuse E1 is blown.

This is for a single-camera system. If your coach has a three-camera system, there is an additional two-wire connector to chase through the diagrams.
Wow, thank you so much. What fuse is it if I gave the 3 camera system?
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On second look, I see that the single- and tree-camera systems both use the same 3-wire connector for 12V power, hence the same fuse.

The second, 2-wire connector for the 3-camera system I mentioned in the prior post carries the left- and right-turn signals.
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On second look, I see that the single- and tree-camera systems both use the same 3-wire connector for 12V power, hence the same fuse.

The second, 2-wire connector for the 3-camera system I mentioned in the prior post carries the left- and right-turn signals.
so, that fuse was fine.. And my power mirrors work. I'll see if I can make sense of the diagram.
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tested the power supply and it has power, I'm thinking the monitor died.
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