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Old 03-15-2015, 07:52 AM   #1
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2015 Jayco Greyhawk house battery

I'm hoping someone can help. We took delivery of our 2015 Greyhawk in December. Due to the extreme cold temperatures I removed the house battery. Now I can't remember which cables go where on the battery. I called the dealer that we purchased from and the service department couldn't give me an answer. I have attached a photo and would appreciate any help. Thanks
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My thinking is that the four wires that are taped together are your positive and the one with the blue and plastic cover is your negative.
You could confirm this by tracing back the negative wire to see if it's grounded to the chassis.
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That will learn ya, take picture next time. You can ring the negative cable out with a meter, it goes on negative of one battery. The positive of that battery goes to the negative of 2nd battery.The last cable go to charger monitor/relay or what have you.
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Thanks everyone for the help. I'm back in service. With plenty of pictures taken!!
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A black Sharpie pen works good too.
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Old 07-06-2015, 12:43 PM   #6
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Battery cable setup

I have the same problem. Can someone with grehawk 31 (2011) post a photo showing correct battery cable connections.
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Old 05-22-2017, 08:48 PM   #7
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Jayco Greyhawk correct coach battery hook up

Really needed this photo a few days ago so thought I would post it to help the group, and the next desperate guy like me. The Greyhawk is a class C motor-home, mine has a single deep cycle coach battery. The red clip in the picture is a voltmeter, not part of the RV. To make it simple, all the cables (3) with multiple wires are positive, the singe wire cable is negative. The new deep cycle battery had posts of different sizes and one of the positive cable clips did not fit on the positive post, so we had to drill the hole out a little....which is what caused me all my confusion. Hope this helps.
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