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Old 05-04-2015, 09:29 PM   #1
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Battery installation - I'm so confused

I have a 2005 American Tradition - 40'. I am confused on the proper way to wire the house batteries (4 6volt golf cart). Does anyone have a diagram for an American Tradition that they are willing to share with me? I appreciate any help you all can provide.
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Hope this helps .


And this web site may help too.


http://www.marxrv.com/12volt/12volt.htm.
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I have a 2005 American Tradition - 40'. I am confused on the proper way to wire the house batteries (4 6volt golf cart). Does anyone have a diagram for an American Tradition that they are willing to share with me? I appreciate any help you all can provide.
On my 98 American Eagle, the schematic for the 6 volt batteries is on the inside of the battery compartment door. I would be surprised if American Coach stopped putting that decal on for their owners convenience.

Sure makes it easy when swapping out the batteries, otherwise I am sure American Coach would send you the schematic right away.
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The sticker was there at one time, but no longer readable...
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