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Old 02-10-2010, 12:54 PM   #1
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batteries cable routing help

Have a 05 Newmar Essex. Replaced batteries, thought I remembered the routing of cables. Does anyone have a picture of a 04 thru 07 correct cable locations. Or, if you are in the N. GA area and don't mind I can come look and take a picture. Need help, trying to leave town next week and if I continue at the rate I'm going I will probably burn down the coach.

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let me tell you my secret. I tie them with a cable tie when I remove them. I pass it in the bolt hole.
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