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Old 07-19-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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Bought a 1992 Holiday Rambler Limited once owned by Chuck Berry that caught fire while he had it in Vegas. Burned the interior. In need of a wiring diagram to help sort out some of the systems. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks....

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Any pictures of it?
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Depending on the severity of the burn, pretty much all of the existing electrical will be suspect, at best. It's also unlikely you'll have full access to every foot of existing wire harness for inspection and/or replacement.

You might consider just starting from scratch, running new wires for EVERYTHING. In that case whatever the factory did would be moot. You'll know what and where everything is and in the long run I think this would save hours of work and frustration.
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Old 07-20-2013, 11:17 PM   #4
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Interior is completely gutted. Some new wires run. Can run new wires no problem, my biggest problems are with the relay operated systems which seem to be about everything. Not sure what some of the relays are, or how or what system they operate.
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