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grldst

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Posted: 01/05/20 08:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Doug, is yours a gas or diesel model? My references are for a diesel model.

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Doug on my Windsor the slide control is in the right rear( pass side )
electrical bay .
If you have an electrical bay back there yours may be there also .
It is just a board with relays and a 5 amp fuse which can stop the
slide .

Have you made sure all the bay doors are closed and sure the switches
are operating and not bent .

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I had a 2000 Holiday Rambler Endeavor DP for years, and I don't remember ever looking for the controller (relay box) but thought it was in the cabinet box behind the slide out switch panel.
Look at the link below as I think it is the service manual for your model slide. About page 20 you can at least see a sketch of the item that you are hunting.

Link to Power Gear Manual for slide

Also look in the electric bay driver side front of coach. My Endeavor also had a plastic box in the upper part of the storage bay near the rear tire on passenger side. I don't remember it containing anything other than the Vehicle Data Controller, and two other boxes. I thought those were for the transmission and engine. Might be worth a look there also.
You might also ask on the IRV2 site in the forum for Monaco coach owners as there are a number of Holiday Rambler owners that read that forum.
Good luck with your search.
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Thanks guys. Mine is a diesel pusher. I have looked in the battery compartment and the last one on passenger side also. There is a plastic cover mounted in the top of the compartment but it's all electrical boxes for the motor or freightliner related.
There isn't anything behind the switches for the side the wires go in the wall and head down toward the floor. Open it all suggestions. I also have posted on IRV2. With no luck there yet either. I can't believe it been this hard.

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Our doors also don't have any safety switches on them. Thanks Doug

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One more thought. If you can extend the slide, get under the slide and look around at the motor, etc. There is probably room to mount the relay box there (but it certainly would not be a good choice). I'd also look in the upper part of the storage bins below the slide motor.

Fred

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Fred I have looked in the ceiling of all the compartments and don't see any panels to open up. The side floor isn't that thick. So I don't think it could be mounted in it. The only wires I have found in the side is the 1-10 wires for outlets and microwave that are under the sink. I also have this posted on another Rv forum with no luck. But everyone has given great Suggestions. Its amazing it is this hard to find. Ugh.

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