Ok I have been stumped on this one.
I have paperwork on this rv (in fact I have the original George boy mfg owners manual)
The information I have shows they had the kohler generator installed at the factory and it was a 2.5kw with remote start (it is no longer in the rv, sad to say) but the isolator system is still there. The wiring from aux battery was factory installed as well.
So in this picture the wiring (from the book), the dotted lines are there as well.
So going from this diagram does it look like the running engine (ignition terminal), is the only way to feed the converter, aside from the ac?
I am confused. I have not found the location of the solenoid. I did find paperwork for the installation of a higher power alternator (I have a spare as well) and paperwork for a Solid state dual Battery protector (installed in 7/6/1990)
So would it be possible that its under the stove cabinet? The converter and generator isolation switch and fuses for the camper are under there. (I can't see on the other side of the isolation switch and the breaker panel for the generator. I did find that the screws for the oven have been removed and replaced that hold the oven in. So would this be a logical place for those components to also be. There is some space back there.