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Old 06-16-2015, 12:40 PM   #11
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Yeah, wiring diagrams are out but I think there has to be a cable installation drawing. There may be several for the independent panels or one overall depicting routing and so forth dependent on model. However; If there are such drawings we, at our level, will never see them.
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Old 06-19-2015, 11:21 PM   #12
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You won't get a wiring diagram, they don't exist.
Unless for the chassis.

Absolutely correct....... Even the guys that build these coaches have no idea where the electric wiring and/or cables are in a particular unit. That's because no two are EXACTLY the same.

If I'm doing plumbing while my buddy is doing electrical work where I usually put my plumbing, I just move a little bit and install my plumbing somewhere else. There is NO standardization whatsoever.

I think that sux, but it's apparently how the entire industry works. Think about a sticks-n-bricks home; once they hang the drywall, you can only GUESS where the wiring and plumbing might be.

Boowho??
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Old 06-20-2015, 09:00 AM   #13
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dreamin533: There is two wirings for your motorhome; the Freightliner chassis wiring and then the FR cabin wiring. Things like the headlights, marker lights, taillights and dash are Freightliner.

Daimler, the parent of Freightliner has a website where you can look up every chassis part and schematics for the Freightliner chassis. The schematics are not wiring diagrams and are difficult to correlate to physical locations.

You need to join the website and once logged-in, you enter the last six digits of your VIN. It then will have everything related to your particular chassis.

Its website is:
www.AccessFreightliner.com

They are transitioning to a new website soon, at:
www.dtnaconnect.com

I wish that FR has something like that for the cabin.
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Old 06-20-2015, 02:09 PM   #14
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try this for a shot in the dark, let us know if it works, Dwight@forestriveinc
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sorry for the typo correction is dwright@forestriverinc.com
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