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Old 07-01-2015, 08:23 PM   #1
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Batter Isolater/Control Module, 2013 Challenger KT

At the front of the engine compartment on the drivers side is a module with fuses and solenoids. The chassis battery and house batteries are connected to this unit. I feel this maybe the battery isolater. It is chattering a lot, it seems the solenoid is kicking in and out rapidly. We are not having any electrical issues inside the coach. It does not do this all day long, but enough to be of concern. I feel it is a problem on the circuit board and not the solenoids themselves. Any similar experiences or thoughts out there?

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Old 07-03-2015, 11:28 AM   #2
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Have you changed either of the solenoids? This is probably an Intellitec system and the control unit can go bad but what usually happens is somebody replaces one or both solenoids with other than Intellitec solenoids and the "brain" box senses the difference in resistance between the correct solenoid and the other brand of solenoid and it acts up by chattering and will eventually fail. The Intellitec solenoid has two fuses holders built on the solenoid and is black plastic. Check that first.
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