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« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2013, 09:03:16 AM »

Im redoing a coach, and it's a mess with both 12 and 24 volt system, and none of the wiring is marked

I thought I disconnected all the 24v wiring when you had your bus over here.  Everything should be 12v, you just have a lot of left-over relays that aren't doing anything.  You need to get 4 batteries in the left side battery compartment (I recommend 4 6v golf carts hooked for 12v to run your house system).  Corroded wiring in the driver's area is a matter of rewiring.  Everything should be 12v.

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« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2013, 06:17:24 PM »

I thought I disconnected all the 24v wiring when you had your bus over here.  Everything should be 12v, you just have a lot of left-over relays that aren't doing anything.  You need to get 4 batteries in the left side battery compartment (I recommend 4 6v golf carts hooked for 12v to run your house system).  Corroded wiring in the driver's area is a matter of rewiring.  Everything should be 12v.

--Geoff

 Yes Geoff you did, and now I want to remove all the 24 volt wiring and relays that aren't being used. I want to have the genset charge the batteries when it's running. I am thinking on just rewiring a new house battery system, but not removing the old wiring untill I see if my wiring works  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #17 on: September 11, 2013, 06:35:19 PM »

PM me an address and I will send you a book about RV wiring that I read and no longer use.

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