I set about fitting a FBH (Fuel burning heater.) remote module from ThinkTankElectronics. I got everything wired-up, but when starting the ignition my ATC (Automatic Temperature Control) panel is dead (no lights at all). I double/triple/quadruple checked all connections and used a multimeter from the ATC panel plug back to the module to confirm there was continuity. I have checked all fuses associated with the ATC, nothing was blown.
I then took the 4 wires at the module end and joined the 2 matching pairs, thereby taking the module out of the equation. Still, the ATC panel was dead. I concluded that I must have a bad solder joint on the loom side of the ATC, so I removed the heatshink to check - the connections were good.
I'm at the point where it looks like a dead ATC panel to me. I can only guess that it is just co-incidence that the panel decided to die at this time, or that my wiring in the module has somehow killed the ATC panel. I have checked the wiring against the wiring diagram provided with the module about 10 times now, and I am certain I had it wired correctly.
I am able to remotely start the FBH using my remote, everything works really well....except the ATC panel. I left it running for the 5 minutes to see if the ATC panel would light, unfortunately it did not.
Does anyone have the pinouts or wiring diagram for the ATC plugs? Is it possible that by wiring incorrectly at the module end I have killed the ATC panel? Are dead ATC panels very common? Does anyone have any other suggestions before I buy a new ATC panel?
Hoping that Raistlin can help out