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Old 07-16-2012, 11:42 AM   #1
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Dynasty chassis charging

I have a '98 Dynasty alternator not charging the house batteries. The mechanic says it is the isolator. However no name or number on the isolator. The alternator is a 200 amp. Monaco has no record now. Also other question is the cross over relay chassis to engine has no name are number and it does not work. Any help appreciated.

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A battery isolator is a generic part. Here's just one of hundreds: Powermaster 903 Battery Isolator 140A

The Aux Start solenoid is also generic. You can get one at NAPA for $12 or so. It's a standard start relay rated for intermittent duty. Some RVs also use that device to charge the house batteries from the alternator and that type would be continuous duty. More expensive but if your rig has an isolator, then it probably uses the intermittent duty solenoid.

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Old 07-16-2012, 04:03 PM   #3
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Go to Ebay and search for a 200 amp isolator.
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