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Old 07-09-2019, 12:33 AM   #20
Oneilkeys
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: 2016 Axis 24.1
State: Florida
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Originally Posted by TimmyB View Post
No, chassis battery seemed to be untouched by all of this. I could start the engine with no problem, no different sound to starting it than normal. The chassis battery is in a god-awful location so I really couldn't get my leads into it to check what the actual number was.
The easiest place to check the voltage on your chassis battery is using the left hand post of the Trombetta. Put your positive lead on the list and the negative on unpainted chassis. The right hand post will give you the charge on the coach batteries. (They could be reversed on yours.) It is an easy way to see if the Trombetta is open or closed. Open and both voltages will be the same. Closed and they won’t.
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