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Old 04-23-2013, 02:59 PM   #1
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Good friends of ours just picked up a 2012 Grewhawk. I told him I would reach out to the forum to find out if anyone had any advise/suggestions on that unit or in general on Jayco class C units. The one thing I noticed when I went over it with him this weekend, is that it only has one battery. Any advise/information is welcome.

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Good friends of ours just picked up a 2012 Grewhawk. I told him I would reach out to the forum to find out if anyone had any advise/suggestions on that unit or in general on Jayco class C units. The one thing I noticed when I went over it with him this weekend, is that it only has one battery. Any advise/information is welcome.

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You might also want to try Jayco Owner Forums as lots of Jayco owners hangout there. Hope no one minds me advertising another forum.
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Good friends of ours just picked up a 2012 Grewhawk. I told him I would reach out to the forum to find out if anyone had any advise/suggestions on that unit or in general on Jayco class C units. The one thing I noticed when I went over it with him this weekend, is that it only has one battery. Any advise/information is welcome.

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One battery overall, or one for the coach and one for the chassis?

Our unit only has one coach battery, which works fine for us.
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You might also want to try Jayco Owner Forums as lots of Jayco owners hangout there. Hope no one minds me advertising another forum.
Not at all....

Actually a good idea though...
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Thanks for the information on Jayco forum.

Yes one coach and one chasis battery. Thanks for the information.
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I recently traded a 2010 Melbourne and found that Jayco does lots of things very well but their electrical work is sometimes lacking. Look under the the motorhome for dangling wires that can easily be snagged. I found the wiring for my tanks sensors and electric step were hanging free. I used gorilla tape to better secure them.

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