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Old 02-01-2015, 12:11 PM   #1
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Question 94' Seabreeze 31'

Happy Super Bowl,
I bought this motor that had been sitting for many years coupled w/ I don't know much about them, but I am trying to work on it my self. Having said that, I have some questions.
1) I'm not sure how to hook/ where to attach the 3 12 volt batteries on the door step. assuming 1 is for cranking the engine and the other 2 or running the other things?
2) is there more than 1 fuse box up under the dash on the left of the brake pedal

Thanks fro any help.


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Old 02-02-2015, 08:08 PM   #2
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May get better coverage in National RV owners forum. You are correct the three batteries under the step, two for coach, one for chassis. The fuses under the dash are for the chassis only. You will have a 12V distribution board for all the coach power. Mine is in the basement compartment between the entry door and front wheel. Your not going to find any wiring schematics that show you how to connect the batteries. Best way is to trace the cables to the starter, 12V distribution board, frame, and help from the owners forum. Which chassis do you have?
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