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Wiring diagram for 2000 sports coach by coachmen voncluck 7-28-15  
Looking for a wiring diagram for 2000 sportscoach by coachmen, Having airbrake issues and need to run wires for sencers.
Re: wiring diagram for 2000 sports coach by coachmen BUBBA THE BUS TECH 7-30-15  
1st You have asked for a wiring diagram for the wrong unit. The wiring for the Antilock Brake system was provided and installed by Spartan, or John Deere or whom ever built your chassis. You need to start with the chassis manufaacturer not the RV manufacturer. They should have routing info for the harnesses.

And even then if you need wiring diagrams you are probably going to be directed to Bendix the likely Anti-Lock air brake Manufacturer.

Good Luck
Re: wiring diagram for 2000 sports coach by coachmen Tom Black 10-26-15  
A 2000 Sportscoach will be on a Freightliner Chassis.

I own one and also have been selling them for 16 years.

Call me and i can help you get the answers you need. 478-361-5332 my cell number. I will not try to (sell you ) anything. Promise!
Re: wiring diagram for 2000 sports coach by coachmen Tom Black 10-26-15  
A 2000 Sportscoach will be on a Freightliner Chassis.

I own one and also have been selling them for 16 years.

Call me and i can help you get the answers you need. 478-361-5332 my cell number. I will not try to (sell you ) anything. Promise!
Re: wiring diagram for 2000 sports coach by coachmen Bob Gillespie 7-4-16  
Dear Tom,
My name is Bob Gillespie and I too have a Sport Coach (Cross Country 354 MBS) and am having really strange electrical problems with my 12VDC system. May I call your number listed in this forum to get any ideas from you on how to proceed?

I don't want to trouble you if you'd prefer not to be contacted by phone.

My issue is that I have several 12VDC components that are suddenly not working (my refrigerator & furnace), or are intermittently not working (all bathroom lights). I have new house batteries that read 12.75VDC. I read the same battery voltage at my fuse locations in my power center at the foot of the bed for all but 3 circuits that read 11.2 to 11.8 VDC. My converter reads 13.58VDC at it's output so I think it's doing it's job. But my battery charge indicator at the coach information panel (the one that tells tank levels, controls the water heater, slide, and genset) seldom reaches the "Green" light level showing full charge. I pretty much stays at the battery "Good" light lit.

Thanks for any suggestions you might have, and if you would accept a phone call.

Sincerely,
Bob Gillespie
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