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Old 02-02-2015, 11:19 AM   #15
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Attached is a picture of the Echo Charger and I found out that my '99 Allure did come with one istalled. It is located in the battery bay or maybe above the batteries in the same location.
My coach has the echo charger but did not work so I installed the Magnum combiner charge. If you have one it should be close to the chassis batter compartment and it has a light on it and you can see it in the pix. There should be 2 inline fuses close by 20A. One wire should be red and one red with a strip. Mine was had to see so I place the new one in a place where I could see it when I open the door to the battery.
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Old 02-02-2015, 05:33 PM   #16
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Mine has the echo charger just above the chassis battery like 2 Strokers. The light works & according to my meter it does receive a charge. I park mine in storage, plug it in with adapters and leave it. Once a month I go check the electrolyte level. I do not disconnect the house or chassis batteries.

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