Today I got to do more testing.
That picture of the Battery Isolation Manager shows how nice FR has it labeled.
First thing I did was trace J14 (F10-Red Awning).
It passes through the bulkhead in the box and goes down between the outside cabinet and the chassies in a wire loom you can see laynig under the rig. This REd wire goes about 6" and is cut off, with tape wrapped around it
So much for the awning wire.
So I start reading the lable on door to BIM
Both J2 and J8 are labeled bedroom slide?
J6 for kitchen slide and J3 for living room slide?
This must be universal "one size fits all" module.
Next I pull each wire to see what it really does:
J2 is labeled rear bedroom slide: it really is the power for the rear stabilizers
J4 is labeled Living-room slide: It really is the power for the Bedroom slide.
J6 is labeled Kitchen slide: It really is the power for the awning.
J8 is labeled bedroom slide: It really is the power for the living room slide.
Next I put a "toner" on the fat (10G?) red wire on J6 marked Awning to see where it goes. I find it (changes color from Red to Yellow) and goes up into cabinet where all the control modules are. Its supplying power to the Multi Function Receiver.
on mine, this receiver has the awning motor on output pair 1.
So lets think about this:
J6 is only hot when engine is running.. This is where the power wire for the control module that runs awning is currently connected.
J14 is only hot when engine is NOT running, and it has a thin red wire connected to it that goes out of BIM box and is cut and taped...
So if you were to take the fat red wire off of J6, and plug it into J14, you would have an awning module that works only when motor is not running.
But wait, remember I complained about the stabilizer switches only worked with engine running, and as soon as you move them down the alarm starts to scream so loud you can't even hear the jacks move?
While looking at this Multi Function Receiver, I notice something wired to output pair 3 and 4, but nothing is programmed into the OneControl system. The wire color seems to match the stabilizer jack system. I get my wife to "bump" the stabilizer switches as I pin out the wires with a test light, sure enough, the stabilizers are wired to the Multi Function Receiver.
So I program the One Control Multi Function Receiver for outputs 3 and 4.
everything went good with 3, assigned fuse, added name and label, but output 4 would not let me assign fuse so I switched wires to output 2. Programming complete.
Now the awning AND stabilizers (when using OneControl) work with engine OFF (and alarm never goes off).
But if you forget to raise stabilizers and you start the coach the alarm will scream.
Now the One Control will only raise/lower stabilizers with engine off, and switches on wall will only raise/lower stabilizers with engine on.
More tomorrow, I think my Progressive Dynamics charger is not working and the 100w solar is my only charging system.