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Old 07-22-2015, 05:11 PM   #11
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Hate to say this to you Rich, but next week i am getting my wiring harness replaced by my dealer under a warranty or recall, covered by LCI. This is a know problem with these wiring harnesses. Had the same issue, hit the retract all button and instead they all go down all the way and then pop the breaker. My coach is a 2014, so FR warranty is over by almost a year now. There are plenty of posts on here about this issue.

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Old 07-22-2015, 05:57 PM   #12
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Thanks for the info, but don't have a warranty or a dealer as I'm the 2nd owner.

I'm so glad to be back up and running again, I don't even care about the replacement cost of the wiring harness. I've had a lot of "learning experiences" already, and I'm sure I'll have many more.

I'd hate to think of where I'd be without this forum to lean on.
Probably tent camping. lol

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Old 07-22-2015, 06:09 PM   #13
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Good information on problem and fix. That is what A lot of folks look for to help them with there issue. Thanks for posting it. Later RJD
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Old 07-22-2015, 09:58 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Cyclone Rich View Post
Vince, thanks for the clarification on the "lingo".
Did you take the wiring harness apart and pull all the rubber off that circuit board?
Just wondering how you got your hands on the exposed circuit board.


You have to remove the control cable from the vehicle to inspect it. It's 11 connectors, multi pin, and no fixed points. The white and black wires with one of those connectors is attached to the 'reversing solenoid, an integral part of the pump, manifold level. Follow the white and black leads to the wire loom and you'll surely see/feel the lump. Bad news is you must effectively destroy the control cable to free the molten/cast rubber box covering the circuit board. It looks intact in the photo, but I had no way to keep the assembly watertight in the future. Mine had a new one installed already. My inspection was a failure analysis. The CB lump can be located in place from the top with the interior steps out, or from below by locating the solenoid with black leads attached and follow back to multi conductor loom. It's, about midway in its length.

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