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Old 11-29-2011, 01:58 PM   #1
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2008 38P Fleetwood Pace Arrow Battery

Just purchased the Class A motorhome noted above. I found the chasis battery in the engine compartment. Where is the other battery? I have checked all compartments and its nit in there? Thanks
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Look under the entry steps - they probably lift up.
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There should be a compartment somewhere with up to 4 each 6 volt wet-cell house batteries. They are hard to hide! Keep looking! Rook
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Another vote for under the entry steps. Feel around under the lip of the steps. There may be a bolt holding the step down.
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