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Old 07-29-2019, 02:47 PM   #21
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I Hear you Loud and Clear! Thank you for the reply. I will be trying that out.
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Rev. Jeffrey 2017 Thor Axis 24.1 E450 Windjammer.
Silver Safe-T-Plus Steering Control
SSF-106-40 SumoSprings Solo Front Bump Stop SSR-107-47 SumoSprings Rear Bump Stop
Hellwig 7718 Front Sway Bar & 7180 Rear Sway Bar
Koni FSD Front Shocks 8805-1042 / Koni FSD Rear Shocks 8805-1043
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Old 07-29-2019, 02:52 PM   #22
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Rev, help me find my BIM on this 2018 and Iíll snap a pick if that will help
Open outside hood, right side next to fuse box.
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Rev. Jeffrey 2017 Thor Axis 24.1 E450 Windjammer.
Silver Safe-T-Plus Steering Control
SSF-106-40 SumoSprings Solo Front Bump Stop SSR-107-47 SumoSprings Rear Bump Stop
Hellwig 7718 Front Sway Bar & 7180 Rear Sway Bar
Koni FSD Front Shocks 8805-1042 / Koni FSD Rear Shocks 8805-1043
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Old 07-29-2019, 03:03 PM   #23
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Just found it and it's wired identical to yours.

Also found another surprise, Apparently they didn't close the fuse box under the hood but that's for another thread.
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Old 08-04-2019, 05:50 PM   #24
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Well the difference is Bob's unit is not a Thor. On my 2017 axis 24.1 I can take the ground cable completely off BOTH HOUSE batteries throw them in the garbage and everything in my rig is still working .



This is magic. You need to patent your design and be an instant billionaire. All the power and no wires. Maybe there is a laser beam connection that you over looked.


You can completely remove those two batteries. They are not in the circuit and are doing nothing.
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Old 08-04-2019, 06:35 PM   #25
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Axis 2017 24.3 here. Yep, I had the same problem with the negative terminal disconnect.
I disconnected both house battery negative terminals. Still had power. Then, I added a knife switch on the chassis negative terminal. Still had some things like the CO alarm alive and draining the batteries! Now I disconnect the three negative battery terminals AND open the 100 amp fuse in the chassis battery compartment and all is well. Strange isn't it?
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