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Old 12-22-2012, 04:37 PM   #1
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Electrical Wiring Diagram--Burning Wire

Help! We are in need of some kind of electrical wiring diagram for a 96 Monaco Dynasty or anything close to that year. We have a mystery wire that is no longer connected and also a wire that is burnt and starts smoking as soon as we start the engine. I think the burnt wire is going to the alternator?? We are supposed to leave for vacation on the 26th. My dad is an electrician but we need some kind of guidance about what these are going to?? Monaco is closed until Jan. 2nd.

I highlighted the mystery wire in white..Thank you!!
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Old 12-22-2012, 06:14 PM   #2
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I would start by disconnecting all power from the coach including the batteries. Then trace the burnt wire. You are going to have to replace it anyway, don't wait on schematics.

If only a small section is burnt, look for a short at that location. You are probably going to have to repair a couple of wires if it melted into a bundle.

Report back where the wire goes, maybe someone with your coach can help.

Good Luck
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