Yahoo Message Number: 17074 (http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/supercrvgroup/conversations/messages/17074)
I have a 2006 Seneca ZX that I finally decided to upgrade my radio on . Easily pulled the dash apart and removed the old Magnadyne and figured the extra wiring was for the satellite radio.
So when I hooked up the new one and didn't have power to the radio I decided to remove the plugs that were attached to the old one and use butt connectors.
Well now I don't have any house power , nothing beyond the chassis works!
I did email jayco to try and get schematics, has anyone else done this, or have any suggestions???
Yahoo Message Number: 17076 (http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/supercrvgroup/conversations/messages/17076)
If you do not find the info you are looking for. Check out Diesel Place. At top of the Medium Duty Truck forum there links to electrical drawings.
There is also information on the GM upfitter site.
If you do not find the info you need. Post back someone will provide the info you need.
There is also a Facebook group called. Kodiak Kings.
Yahoo Message Number: 17077 (http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/supercrvgroup/conversations/messages/17077)
I'll find the schematic on my computer tomorrow but I remember a green wire (possibly with white trace) that fed 12v back to the coach. I lost power as well after a new radio. There was a green wire in the kick driver kick panel that ran back with the speaker wires and it needs constant 12v if I recall correctly.
Yahoo Message Number: 17078 (http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/supercrvgroup/conversations/messages/17078)
thanks! yes there were 2 green wires and they were both hot.