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Old 11-18-2012, 04:56 PM   #1
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W22 Workhorse Chassis Wiring problem

Have a 2005 Georgie Boy Cruise master, during storm Sandy, my generator tripped off-line, and one of my house batteries exploded. Problem is since I installed new batteries all around, I do not have my instrument cluster or ignition control. I do not have power at either the inside or out side fuse boxes, however my emergency start, power Inverter, stair, radios, interior lights work.

Anybody know where I can get wiring diagrams of the rats nest in the engine compartment or under the dash.

Any ideas of where to look would be very helpful. I have multi-meters, O-Scope and 12V power supply avail for troubleshooting.

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Old 11-20-2012, 04:56 AM   #2
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Have you check the disconnect to make sure they are working and on with power on both sides of the post

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Old 11-20-2012, 02:15 PM   #3
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I have read across the 150Amp fuses, and also throughout the panel where the ermergency start and charge house batery relays are. all seems to be operating normal. I had disconencted varios sources to determine if the transfer section operates sat. I believe the house/power inverter side is fine, but cannot trace out the chassis battery out of the transfer panel to the inside or outside fuse panels under the dash and in the engine compartment. I do not want to start opening up the wiring harness to chase signals.
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Old 11-21-2012, 03:18 PM   #4
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Welcome Kiercedt to irv2.
I just went through in this thread a similar problem with new batteries not hooked up correctly.
This is for a DP but links within it will relate some what to your problem.
I have a Workhorse W-22 so do know your chassis.
If you would read through the thread and links within it we can develop an understanding of what your problem maybe.
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