Hi, I've got a 2005 Weekend Warrior (FS2600) that sustained some wiring damage from critters who enjoy eating away the insulation on my coach wiring.
An unusual request: since the trailer industry does not see fit to provide us with any kind of wiring diagram (at least they did not for this vintage) I need to know the color code and position of same for each of the four terminals on the FW tank that provide qty information. I thought I had it set up but when I filled the tank about half way the indication was "full" so I figure I've got the wires going to the wrong terminals (and there are 4 terminals on this setup). So if anyone out there happens to have a similar setup would you mind (and I know this is a hella of a request)taking a peak at your wiring for this tank and let me know which color wires go where?
We do have a local KOA here in Titusville (FL) so I could pay them a visit to see if they have any WWs on site. I hope the factory at least stayed with the same color code for this setup otherwise it's going to be real interesting getting this hooked up correctly.
Thanks for whatever help you can render.
USNR (E8) retired
ps: I did take a photo of the current setup but I don't see where I could post it here.
I can't help you with a diagram, but I will tell you how I would tackle this problem.
The tank fill monitor works by detecting voltage between the various positions and a common/ground pin. Fluids short these pins to ground, and that tells the display where the fluid level is. Start by using your multimeter and checking each for continuity to ground to locate the common/ground pin.
From there, short each of the remaining pins to ground and see which of the indicators light up. Once you know the function of each wire, the pins are pretty self-explanatory as they step up the side of the tank at 1/4 fill intervals.
Did you get this figured out? I have some seasonal maintenance coming up and could check the back of that panel this weekend...
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