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Old 08-07-2022, 10:23 AM   #1
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1986 Winnebago Elandan wiring issues

I recently purchased an older class A Winnie that the previous owner attempted to replace one of the battery and generator control solenoids and forgot how to rewire them. I need a schematic/diagram for this and canít seem to find one. Even a photo or two of the solenoids on the firewall may help. Iíd hate to burn it down by connecting it wrong.
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Try this link for a PDF download once you've selected your year and model.

The earliest they go back on these diagrams is 1990 but I have to think not too much changed.
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Old 08-07-2022, 10:29 PM   #3
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A simple solenoid has no polarity on either control or contact side. Big cables to big lugs. The coil one side is grounded the other side to positive wire. Coil is not polarity sensitive either. A few things control power wise can be switched on negative side though . As in pos. is always live switch is neg/ground side.
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