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Author Topic: MCI wire number tag ID list  (Read 982 times)
ChuckMC8
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« on: May 18, 2006, 07:33:41 AM »

I'm thinking of re-inventing the wheel, but not if someone else had already done it Wink

I'd like to have a reference page for MCI wiring that starts with wire #1, color, location, where it goes, ect, followed by
wire with the #2 tag, and so fourth up to the highest number used in the bus. Then if I see wire #77, I'll just look on the numerical list and see whats the deal.
 
The manual has a pretty good index of the wire tag numbers, but sometimes I have to look for a while before I find it on a schematic or list page.

 If I'm not mistaken, MCI uses the basic same layout in various models in similar year coaches.

 Anyone done this that would share info?
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« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2006, 08:03:13 AM »

Haven't taken their data and incorporated it in a list as you describe, but it sure would be nice. I started building my own table of wire numbers for things I'm adding to the coach, but I've had a tough time coming up with a standard I like for defining new circuit numbers that are compatible with MCI numbers, but are unique and non-conflicting.

A list of MCI numbers would be nice, but it needs to include all circuits, and include junction box(es), post numbers, etc, and should be searchable and/or ordered.

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Craig Shepard
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