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Old 11-26-2013, 03:02 PM   #1
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what's it for

2012 378TS. Does anyone know what this might be for? It's in the navigator overhead. I checked and there is no power across the pins. It is not for anything that came with the coach. The wires disappear behind the bulkhead. Have no idea where the other end might be routed to or terminated at. Think it might be for some option but have no idea what that might be.
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Old 11-26-2013, 03:29 PM   #2
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I have an 06 340 with the same wire, hope someone can answer your question it will help both of us.
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:32 PM   #3
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That is for future 12 volt power to the roofs satellite dish location.
You already have a coax coming down from the roof to your switcher box.

Many people install in satellite dish/domes that need 12 volt power to rotate.

You will also find a pipe vent on the roof. Under it your will find coax and the power cable.
In my 378TS it is above the passenger seat on the roof.
See my picture . It front right of the roof.
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I hear ya. So many people were complaining that there wasn't a 12volt lead routed with the coax for sat prewire so I couldn't figure it out. I guess one would get a pigtail with the connector on one end to mate with this plug and on the other end a plug for the topside TV antenna amp panel 12 volt receptacle or remove this plug and install the 12 volt plug directly to this harness. Thanks loads.
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I hear ya. So many people were complaining that there wasn't a 12volt lead routed with the coax for sat prewire so I couldn't figure it out. I guess one would get a pigtail with the connector on one end to mate with this plug and on the other end a plug for the topside TV antenna amp panel 12 volt receptacle or remove this plug and install the 12 volt plug directly to this harness. Thanks loads.
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Thank you Iggy you just made my life a little easier.
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