My bus came with a Power Tech Ultimate generator installed in it ( it only has 250 hours on it
). But of course it is not correctly installed
It is wired and runs the house electric correctly, but starts off the start batteries, and runs them dead if left running. I am going to wire the generator to it's own battery in the compartment with it. The problem is the generator is not wired to charge any of the batteries while running. There is wires with a plug coming out the back, and a matching plug that was cut out of the rv that the generator came out of, laying on top of the generator. It has a Grey, Yellow, Green, And Blue wire. I was told by "Power Tech" that these were for the remote start in the bus. There is 3 wires coming into the generator compartment that are green, yellow, and black. Could these be for the remote start, and if so how would I wire the 3 wires to the 4 wires? Also this generator does not have a alternator, and the technician told me a alternator would be about 800 dollars, and I could just hook up a 6 amp charger to charge the battery. Since I want to have the generator charge the house batteries( which are in 2 different compartments) what would be the best way to wire the chargers up?
The generator wiring diagram is not on their website, since mine has the Caterpillar engine, and not the Kubota one. I have the wiring diagram, that they emailed me, but don't know how to upload it here, since it is in pdf format.