Thanks for responses. The wire diagram indicates there is a "14 BRN" which I interpret as 14 Ga Brown wire from the IGN switch to the "emergency start solenoid" EMS This would run through a 5A fuse to the "IGS" connection of the step controller. The IGN wire is not color coded on the drawing, nor is the "IGS" wire color coded that is suppose to go to the step controller.
Looks like Coachmen didn't bother to follow their own wire diagram as there is no brown wire to the actuator post on the solenoid, but there are a yellow and a yellow black pair of wires that of course are not on the Coachmen drawing.
"EMS" Solenoid is on the left
Guess I will have to do their work for them and fix their screw-up. Just another example of poor workmanship. Can I start calling this "Elkhart junk" ?
Note; the Brown wire is one of the few wires color coded. This wire diagram is one of the worst I have ever seen with many wires not color coded and few with notation on the wire Ga. maybe Coachmen needs to get someone with at least a little knowledge of wire schematics to make the wire diagrams rather than a high school drop-out. No wonder they will not stand behind their profuct longer than a few months.
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