Dead Coach and Chassis Batteries
I made a thread on the standard Class A forum and it was suggested I ask my question here. My Class A motor home, a 2010 Thor Hurricane 33T is in covered storage about 45 miles from where I live. The last time I went over to start the motor and generator, both the chassis and coach battery were completely dead. On examination, it looks like I did not properly insert the 120 vac ground power connector. I plugged it in properly this past Wednesday. I went back over today expecting everything to be charged back up, but both batteries were still dead. I bought the MH used last year and have no idea how old the batteries are, although I suspect they are probably 4 years old, which is the life expectancy of an automotive battery. I am trying to locate both the chassis and coach batteries. I have found one set in a lower storage door right behind the drivers position on the left side of the coach. I suspect that these are the chassis batteries (They are two 6 volt batteries hooked up in series to provide 12 volts. I called Thor this afternoon, and they told me they had no idea where they were. (Unbelievable) Does anyone on here know the location of these batteries on a Thor motor home? I intend to replace the batteries and hope that fixes my problems. Hopefully, it is not the converter. Thanks for any assistance you may be able to provide.