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Old 01-15-2011, 12:14 PM   #1
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Electrical, scratching my head!

Recently the system warning lights started flashing with the key in the off position. They rotate like race cars in a counter clockwise pattern. Across the bottom then across the top. Batteries were replaced this week. This started several weeks ago. Engine starts now and the lights all go out. Any ideas? 99 Georgie Boy Cruise Master with 5.9 Cummins
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Just a WAG........sticking start solenoid
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I just purchased a used winnebago Journey. Had toreplace coach batteries, voltage shows 12.9v, but engine will not turn over. Any Ideas?
Also it looks like I need a transfer switch as it will only run on house batteries, any idea where the best place to purchase would be? Coastal RV is close, but seem to be real rude, not my kind of place to spend my money!!
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I just purchased a used winnebago Journey. Had toreplace coach batteries, voltage shows 12.9v, but engine will not turn over. Any Ideas?
Also it looks like I need a transfer switch as it will only run on house batteries, any idea where the best place to purchase would be? Coastal RV is close, but seem to be real rude, not my kind of place to spend my money!!
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I see your a new member so welcome aboard! I'm sure you'll get answers to your questions if you post them in a new thread. If you need help just click on my name and select “Send a private message to Rjay.”
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Found the converter was bad, all in good shape now!! Thanks
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