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Old 10-21-2022, 08:43 PM   #1
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Generator start wiring

Since newmar doesn’t have wiring diagram does anyone know the start and end of the wiring route in a 2020 Baystar.
We have no starting voltage for the generator after installing a BIM225.
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Sounds like a wire got left off when you installed the BIM if it worked before and now doesn't.
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If you were in near the batteries, you may have bumped into a circuit breaker for the generator cable or left it off while reconnecting.
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Problem dloved

The battery cables for the Generator got hidden up front. Once they were reconnected to the cables up front where the batteries were removed the generator started right up.
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Good news.
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Old 10-25-2022, 09:28 AM   #6
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no voltage to fuel pump on generator

So looking for help to see why fuel pump not getting voltage. Fuel tank is full, I can hot wire fuel pump and it runs. Is there a fuse or something that may be blown/ It is Onan 5500 l believe. It is on a friends motor home. Any help would be appreciated Thank you in advance
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So looking for help to see why fuel pump not getting voltage. Fuel tank is full, I can hot wire fuel pump and it runs. Is there a fuse or something that may be blown/ It is Onan 5500 l believe. It is on a friends motor home. Any help would be appreciated Thank you in advance
Low oil, no start.
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so is there a low oil switch that won't let the pump run? I am pretty sure he checked the oil level. but will get him to check for sure and let you know.
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Old 12-09-2022, 02:18 PM   #9
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I have a 2019 Baystar 3414. Newmar says they do not have a wiring diagram available.
Is this true? Hard to believe.
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