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Las Vegas Rambler 07-21-2008 08:04 PM

Anyone know where the fuse is for the water pump on a 2007 Dip. Book doesn't show it and Monaco Technical Support didn't know where to find it either. They said it was probably a fuse associated with the lights but didn't know which one.

Las Vegas Rambler 07-21-2008 08:04 PM

Anyone know where the fuse is for the water pump on a 2007 Dip. Book doesn't show it and Monaco Technical Support didn't know where to find it either. They said it was probably a fuse associated with the lights but didn't know which one.

Dutch Star Don 07-21-2008 08:11 PM

I would look at the listing of fuses on the fuse bay in the exterior compartment below the driver's seat. There is a list/location of all the fuses on the back side of the panel that covers the fuses.

The second place I would look is in the bedroom closet (or an area near your 110 circuit breakers) where there is a second set of 12v fuses. My interior light fuses were located there. Good luck.....this info/fuse location is from my 05.

MonacoMama 07-21-2008 08:25 PM

I believe F14 in the bedroom closet for ours...https://irv2.infopop.cc/images/cute.gif

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Las Vegas Rambler 07-21-2008 08:37 PM

https://irv2.infopop.cc/groupee_commo...on_redface.gif Red faced - You are correct. F14 reads monitor panel/water pump - didn't read beyond
monitor panel. Duh- Thank you.

Fuse is good so it looks like its the pump.

Thanks again.

Dutch Star Don 07-21-2008 08:45 PM

Las Vegas Rambler....If it's the pump.....I would suggest going to one of the sensor type pumps ($$$$). They are very quiet and really put out a lot of pressure. I can run a garden hose with mine and it shoots a pretty good stream. I was able to wash the undercarriage when it got muddied up on a bad road and caused my ABS light to come on.

Les Stallings 07-22-2008 02:42 AM

I store a few things in the bay that has our water pump. When our pump stopped, I found a connection to the pump latching controller knocked loose. It was an easy fix.

You may want to check all the wire connections going to the pump.

popeye 07-22-2008 03:14 AM

Don could you give us the name and model # of the pump you got? thanks<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Diplomat Don:
Las Vegas Rambler....If it's the pump.....I would suggest going to one of the sensor type pumps ($$$$). They are very quiet and really put out a lot of pressure. I can run a garden hose with mine and it shoots a pretty good stream. I was able to wash the undercarriage when it got muddied up on a bad road and caused my ABS light to come on. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

glennb100 07-22-2008 08:23 AM

On the first long trip we took with our coach, Our water pump failed at the first rest stop we stopped at for lunch.

I replaced the pump, and the new one worked intermitently. Fuse was good, wiring looked fine, so continuing to replace parts, the Intelletec pump control latching relay and logic boards were replaced. The pump was still intermitent. I reseated the fuse in the panel (fuse panel in the closet under the 120v circuit breakers) and all was well for a short time. Finally, I carefully examined the connectors for the fuse and discovered one leg was loose. After judicious application of a pair of pliers, I reinstalled the fuse and all has been well since.

The take-home message here is there are some very subtle electrical connection gremlins that are hard to find and eliminate.

MonacoMama 07-27-2008 02:36 PM

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Diplomat Don...I did a search to see if you had posted anywhere here previously regarding which pump and could not find it.
Can you check your meticulous records and let us know?https://irv2.infopop.cc/images/cute.gif
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Dutch Star Don 07-27-2008 09:35 PM

Sorry...I didn't get back and see this. I bought this model from Camping World Link. It's pricey, but works well and is very quiet. I mounted it about an inch off of the floor of the water bay on an aluminum plate. I also rubber mounted it and used flexible hose at both connections. I chased around inside and found one spot in the bathroom where the plumbing touched the wall at a turn and made noise. I insulated that and reduced the noise even further. With a sink turned on low, I can't here the pump run.

popeye 07-28-2008 02:21 PM

Thanks for the info.Put one in sunday works great.


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