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Old 06-04-2019, 04:22 PM   #1
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Default 2002 Sun Voyager 8328 12V wiring

tried this before with no replies, I have several 12v items not working now and my service man could not locate the problem without a wiring diagram?, water heater, furnace, dash radio, all the buttons above the stove, water pump, any ideas which fuse or maybe many, may be several issues I know
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Old 06-04-2019, 04:47 PM   #2
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On our 99, I would be looking in the fuse box at the foot of the bed.

Does anything 12V work?
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Old 06-04-2019, 06:55 PM   #3
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tried this before with no replies, I have several 12v items not working now and my service man could not locate the problem without a wiring diagram?, water heater, furnace, dash radio, all the buttons above the stove, water pump, any ideas which fuse or maybe many, may be several issues I know



On my 05 there are fuses all over. The refrigerator 12 Vdc fuse is on the front of the bed pedestal. My AC breakers are there too for household items.



Then there is a fuse box down by the drivers left foot under the dash.



For things that were built into my Workhorse chassis I have a fuse Panel under the hood. Tail lights, parking lights etc.



Then there is another fuse box in the forward left side storage compartment. Air horn compressor, steps...



As for a 12 Vdc diagram. I don't think such a thing exsist.



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Do you have a power problem or a grounding problem? Go to the items in question and check 12volts but grounding at a known good item, if you have power then check back to that ground on ohms scale.
If it turns out to be a power problem, then check for 12volts on all fuses in all fuse locations, also check the resetable 12volt breakers, right rear on my rig, 1 bay away from house batteries
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Old 06-16-2019, 11:12 AM   #5
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I got a 12v wiring diagram from Gulfstream for my '99. Send them an email.
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I got a 12v wiring diagram from Gulfstream for my '99. Send them an email.

When were you able to do this. Years ago? Gulf Stream IMillie) told me that they had lost all of the engineering drawings before 2003 in a fire or something.



But it's really not that hard to figure out. The worst part is that all the wiring is covered up with foam sprayed insulation on my 05. I couldn't trace a wire if I wanted to.


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When were you able to do this. Years ago? Gulf Stream IMillie) told me that they had lost all of the engineering drawings before 2003 in a fire or something.



But it's really not that hard to figure out. The worst part is that all the wiring is covered up with foam sprayed insulation on my 05. I couldn't trace a wire if I wanted to.


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It was 5 or 6 years ago. I primarily needed it to identify what fuse did what. Nothing was labeled!
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It was 5 or 6 years ago. I primarily needed it to identify what fuse did what. Nothing was labeled!

I call them placards. All of them were so faded in my coach compartments that I couldn't read them. Millie sent me an email with copies of all the placards. I cut them all out and laminated them. By shape and color and the few words I could read I was able to re-label all of the compartments.



These were all of the fuse panels, relay and main breaker labels.



What wasn't there was the fuse panel under the hood and the one under the dash. I found them when I shorted out the taillights and blew a fuse.



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I have a 2002 Sun Voyager, and there are three fuse panels in the forward most compartment on the drivers side. Additionally there are circuit control devices under the hood on the drivers side.
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Default Voyager wiring diagram

Google it there it they are out there that is what had to do for my Vista
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I got a 12v wiring diagram from Gulfstream for my '99. Send them an email.
I sent you a private message asking for the wiring diagram could not find your email. Thanks Joe
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