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Old 09-21-2006, 12:03 AM   #1
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Oh where oh where does the 7pin go?

Hi all,

My 7pin connector cable snakes into the A-frame, then probably pops up near the converter and battery at the back, but can you tell me how it gets back there under the floor? Is it threaded through the crossbraces?

I'd like to reuse the cable instead a rethreading a new one...

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Old 09-21-2006, 12:08 AM   #2
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On my 24' Argosy it comes through the floor just aft of the freshwater tank. If you have a gaucho armrest at roadside front (is your water pump under there too?), look under there and try looking for connectors about on the aluminum panel about a foot or 18" below the back of the pano window.
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Old 09-21-2006, 12:35 AM   #3
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I'll have a look

I'll look again later, but from what I recall, there's nothing up front. Does it come through as a thick cable or individual colored wires?

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Pic below is how my 24 is wired. I almost recall other Argosy threads and models that had the 7-pin wire go all the way back to the Univolt area. I don't recall.

I do know that the umbilical comes out the back end of the roadside A-frame rectangular tubing -- underneath your belly skin/banana wrap at about the roadside first rib -- follow rivet line down from the back edge of the pano window.
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I'll look again later, but from what I recall, there's nothing up front. Does it come through as a thick cable or individual colored wires?

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It SHOULD be behind the wood paneling on the wall in your photo.
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Old 09-21-2006, 08:48 AM   #6
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nothing there...

The 26ft'r is a bit different (I believe). I've had my front interior all apart (not taking off the skins though) and I don't have that box. I believe it's all under the belly wrap on the street side. BUT - I've not actually looked there.
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