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SP (Single Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your SP model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....List your SP parts here too.

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Old 09-29-2019
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Default Windshield Washer Wiring

I'm trying to get the windshield washer working on our SP36. There is no power to the pump when you press the button on the wiper switch. I've scanned every schematic and fuse layout I have, but cannot find a fuse or where it gets power. Any help appreciated!
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are you pushing the very end button?
If yes,now try pushing the big ring on the stalk,it may just work!
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HAR , HAR ! I did that 2 years (yes, 2 times!) and tore apart the steering column plastic , the took off the turn signal mechanism to see the horn button and the bigger push switch for the washers. They worked great ! I thought I would add to Randy's correct answer so when I get to "Q" I will remember this next year!
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I didn't get quite as far as John but same operator error. Pump being bad complicated things a bit but Randy saved me too.
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I did the same thing,ages ago.
I asked the Bird Techs at a rally once what to look for,since my washer did not work.
They smiled and asked which button i was pushing!
DOH!
Everybody has but doing that one wrong,at one time or another!
Same with the floor switch for the horn,it got me many times until i disabled the switch!
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OK thanks guys. Never noticed the washer switch was the ring. I must say Blue Bird's low washer fluid sensor was a little cheesy! I opted not to install it on the new washer tank.

Now, how do I connect the air horn to the horn button on the stalk? I've only hit the floor switch accidentally a few dozen times!
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I think Lucas had the info on the wire to the stalk horn button.
Lucaswil---------,no way i can spell it!
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and here it is.
he used it for another purpose,but the wire info is there.



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Cruise Control Disconnect
On our 95 WB42 there is a horn button on the directional signal stalk. This button is not used and I found the wire taped of with the wires leading from the directional switch forward. The wire you need is the brown with yellow tracer. It gets 12volts when the button is pushed. I extended this wire to the now unused disconnected 22C relay coil, the other side of the coil I hooked to ground. I used the normally open contacts 30 and 87 to provide 12 volts from a 15 amp breaker SK4 to the terminal strip in front , terminal 5 for the stop lights. If I tap the button it provides 12VDC to the brake lights and cancels the cruise control without loosing the settings.
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Thanks!
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