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Old 06-12-2016, 04:33 PM   #1
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Panel above stove does not show Auxiliary lights

1994 Pace arrow. Replace both 6 volt batteries. 12 volts was ok. Everything worked. After 40 mile drive no interior lights, no water pump. Display above store show main battery full, but auxiliary will not light up. Breakers ok, fuses ok, power at 12 volt battery. Is there another fuse or breaker before going into the panel?

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Old 06-12-2016, 09:47 PM   #2
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Typically you have house batteries and chassis batteries. House batteries for interior lights, refrigerator, furnace, water pump, etc. Chassis batteries control driving functions. Sounds like your house batteries are not connected, but I'm not clear when you say, "Replace both 6 volt batteries. 12 volts was ok." Near the entrance there is usually a battery disconnect switch that controls a solenoid that shuts off house batteries for storage. Is that on? You might have to trace the power from the batteries to the converter/charger to be sure everything is operating. There is often a large, 80 amp fuse in the cable from the batteries for safety.

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