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Old 12-15-2012, 02:50 PM   #1
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2007 Monaco La Palma

HI. New member today. I live in the Florida Keys where corrosion is a big problem. I have several electrical issues as a result. Checked the Monaco web site for wiring diagrams, but none are similiar to my 2007 La palma xl diesel. Any info or help would be greatly appreciated. I'm frustrated.
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Old 12-16-2012, 09:32 AM   #2
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What sort of help are you looking for? Somebody who has the wiring diagrams, or help with the electrical problems? If the latter, what is wrong?

Have you called Monaco Customer Service to see if they can supply the wiring diagrams? They probably have them, even though they aren't available on the webiste.
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Old 12-18-2012, 05:27 PM   #3
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Alarm Problem 07 La Palma

My problem is the Bong or Chime alarm. It does not work anymore for the turn signals , jacks, warning lights or any other notification. I blew a fuse in late October when I plugged in my CB in prep for a trip to Flagler beach. I replaced the fuse and went on with my trip. While driving I noticed my turn signals were not chimeing any more. Upon my arrival at the beach I checked all the fuses again finding no problems. Since returning home I have checked all the fuses again with a digital meter. I can't find the location of the Bong/chime alarm to at least trace the wires into a bundle. I have checked under the jack operation panel in the drivers arm rest. I have checked the access panel on the bottom of the arm rest. I have looked under the dash (withouy tearing it apart). I can not find where they hid it. Any help would be GREAT.
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