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Old 08-20-2015, 11:09 PM   #1
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Front AC on alternator?

Dealer can't seem to answer if we have the optional front AC driven off the inverter/alternator so I thought I'd ask here.
First picture is of the passenger side panel.
Second is the dash switches.
Third is the bath panel. I know the OTR AC controls the bedroom Over The Road AC fan

Just haven't had the time to sort things out with the wife's health issues taking most of my time.
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Old 08-21-2015, 10:52 AM   #2
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The one for the Bedroom is under the bed. If you lift the bed you will see it. This is what the CC Brochure says the coach came with as standard equipment:

Heating and
Cooling Systems


Multi-zoned temperature control center controls the following:
- Diesel-fired 50,000 BTU Aqua-HotŪ hydronic heating system with two 2,000 watt electric elements
- Three 15,000 BTU low-profile roof mounted air conditioners with heat pumps

Heating and cooling system for dash area and cooling system for bedroom:
- A/C, heating, and defrost system with separate dual zone controls for driver/passenger (45,000 BTU heating,
19,000 BTU cooling)
- Over-the-road A/C in bedroom

Front roof AC operated from inverter



The switches for mine are:

As you can see from their standard equipment list mine should have it too, but I do not see a switch for OTR/AC like yours!

Mine is a 2008, maybe the last years when CC was running into financial trouble, they weren't building them per specs! Perhaps someone else can shed a light. Sorry, this isn't much of a help.
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Its my understanding by looking at wiring diagrams the optional front air is the forward roof ac and required 2 additional battery's and a second inverter. You would just turn on the roof air with the thermostat . The second inverter is mounted next to the existing. The rigs come with 4 agms normally. Did they give you the dvd manual and the wiring diagrams when you bought the rig?
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Its my understanding by looking at wiring diagrams the optional front air is the forward roof ac and required 2 additional battery's and a second inverter. You would just turn on the roof air with the thermostat . The second inverter is mounted next to the existing. The rigs come with 4 agms normally. Did they give you the dvd manual and the wiring diagrams when you bought the rig?
IASM: You mean yours came with a dvd and you still have it?
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Its my understanding by looking at wiring diagrams the optional front air is the forward roof ac and required 2 additional battery's and a second inverter. You would just turn on the roof air with the thermostat . The second inverter is mounted next to the existing. The rigs come with 4 agms normally. Did they give you the dvd manual and the wiring diagrams when you bought the rig?
Yep, I have all the manuals, diagrams and CD. And yes it's the front roof heat pump. We have the 4 AGMS and one inverter so we probably don't have it. Just couldn't find any definitive answers as to what to look for.
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Its my understanding by looking at wiring diagrams the optional front air is the forward roof ac and required 2 additional battery's and a second inverter. You would just turn on the roof air with the thermostat . The second inverter is mounted next to the existing. The rigs come with 4 agms normally. Did they give you the dvd manual and the wiring diagrams when you bought the rig?
Yes, it would be the front heat pump. I knew the all electric coaches came with another inverter and 6 AGM's just couldn't find anything definitive about the Roof AC on inverter.
I have all the manuals as well as the CD.
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