Originally Posted by gljurczyk
Good Luck finding one, unless some owner made his own you will not get one from FR for any unit...
I got some papers that were labeled "wire Diagram" for my 2008 Coachmen Freelander. As a degreed engineer I can attest that if I were teaching a High School shop class on schematics and got drawings that Coachmen supposedly uses for their build I would at best
give the student a D-
No color codes, No wire gauge. Wire runs shown that did not exist in the coach and wire runs in the coach not shown on the diagram. It was not much better than some rough goal aimed at allowing some of the electrical items to sort of work.
I take this diagram an physical evidence of a complete lack of a quality mindset at FR. If you don't have a diagram that represents reality then how can you expect the guys on the assy line to build it right in the first place or the folks at dealers that are trying to fix screw-ups from the factory to be able to solve problems.
We the owner are probably paying twice what it should cost as the time it takes for the shop tech to figure out the actual wiring in a coach is probably twice what it should be if there was a drawing that represented what was built.
The drawing is only part of the problem. The other is the "rats nest" of what is suppose to pass for a safe functional wire harness. Exposed electrically hot wires are not a demonstration of due diligence or even casual care for the safety of the future owners of a FR RV.
BYW if in doubt I have photographic evidence to support all the above.