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Nov 29, 2012
I will start off by saying that i do not personally own an RV.  My boss has employed me to work and learn all the systems on his RV.  I am hoping to receive some help to be able to do this.
My first question:

Where can I find all the wiring diagrams for a 1999 Holiday Rambler Navigator 42DSS?  It is a Class A product type with a Roadmaster Chassis. It also has a Cummins M11 450 Turbo diesel with a Allison MD-4060 6 speed tranny.
If I lack any info on the RV let me know.
I also found out that Holiday Rambler went under around 1999 and 2000 (if I remember correctly) so it makes finding paperwork that much harder to find.

Thank you for your time to read this and thank you for pointing me in the right direction.
Holiday Rambler didn't "go under" but was acquired by Monaco around 1995.  I would suggest you call Monaco customer support with the VIN and coach serial numbers and they may very well be able to supply you with the wiring diagrams.  Contact information is available here.
Should I call the corporate office because I have already tried calling the Motorized Manufacturing Facility and the automated phone message said they were closed.
Call the technical support group, not manufacturing.  And be sure to call during their business hours.
alright tech support and i did called during business hours which was weird why they were closed. Also do you recommend any books to get me started to learning the basics to RVs?
I suggest you start by browsing our forum library.  We have many articles on all aspects of RVing.  Then, if/when you have specific questions post them in the appropriate section of the forum.  You won't find a better source of RV knowledge than right here :)
How is your knowledge of 12 volt power systems and wiring - it is critical to RV electrical. And so is your skill with a VOM.

Our library contains some excellent articles that will help.  Especially thesections on  Electrical Power, Fresh Water, and How-to's

Here is a source for numerous books on RVs and RVing. I can't recommend any from personal experience, but here are some likely ones:

Managing 12 Volts -

Primary systems of an RV:

RV Shorepower:

Electrical Systems:
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