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Old 08-04-2018, 03:48 PM   #1
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Chassis Power Switch

Anyone know where the switch for the chassis power is? I canít find it anywhere. Please if anyone knows where itís at please let me know. Thanks you.
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Old 08-04-2018, 03:59 PM   #2
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Our cutoff switch is in the chassis battery compartment in the next to the last storage bay on the passenger side.
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Thank you for the reply jack. What year and model is yours? The last bay on our model is where the house batteries, the house cut off and the inverter cut off switches are. My second to last bay on passenger side is propane.
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What year/model coach do you have? The location is usually model specific.
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What year/model coach do you have? The location is usually model specific.


Itís a 2018 tiffin allegro Open Road
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If you have a battery shut off switch in an Open Road, it will be mounted near the house batteries. They are uncommon in the gas models unless Tiffin started adding them.
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Pretty sure that battery cutoff switch near the house batts in the rear PS compartment is for house batts only. I donít think gas coaches have chassis batt cutoff switches.

Pull the negative cable off the batt under the hood. Ensure you insulate that cable while unattached so no unintended nasty nastyís occur.

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Pretty sure that battery cutoff switch near the house batts in the rear PS compartment is for house batts only. I donít think gas coaches have chassis batt cutoff switches.



Pull the negative cable off the batt under the hood. Ensure you insulate that cable while unattached so no unintended nasty nastyís occur.



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Awesome. Thank you.
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