Sorry - I was at work when you responded.
Even though there is supposed to be a standard color scheme for these wires, I have found it to not be reliable.
Not all coach manufacturers go by it - and there is no telling if wires have been changed over time.
We need to start from scratch.
This is very difficult to explain, so I will do the best I can - please be patient with me.
On the back of the switch, the 3 terminals down the one side are the actual start and stop terminals.
The 2 terminals on the other side are for the light.
What you need to do to ensure you get the correct wires, is to remove the control panel and access the engine control board.
On the board, you will see a row of connectors down each side.
All of the connectors are labeled on the board.
On one row, it starts out with STOP - START- GROUND - B+.
This is the side you need to find the wires on.
Lets begin with STOP, START, and B+.
Find which color of wire goes to B+ (let's assume it is red).
At the switch end of the harness, find that color wire. I would suggest doing a continuity test on the wire to ensure that the colors do not change somewhere in between.
That wire will go to the center of the 3 terminals - it is the common.
Now find the wire at the control board that goes to START (let's assume it is green).
Find that wire at the switch end of the harness.
Now the tricky part - the start terminal is the terminal OPPOSITE the end of the switch you push to start.
For example, if your remote switch is mounted vertically, and you push the top of the switch to start, the bottom terminal will be the start terminal.
If your remote switch is mounted horizontally, and you push the right side of the switch - the left terminal will be the start terminal.
Now go back to the board and find the wire connected to the stop terminal of the board.
That wire will go to the remaining of the 3 terminals.
Now go back to the control board.
On the other side of the board, find the connector marked SW B+.
This wire will go to one of the other 2 terminals on the other side of the switch - for the light.
It does not matter which wire goes to which terminal.