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Old 12-16-2010, 07:50 AM   #1
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83 Pace Arrrow batteries diagram

OK the PO jury-rigged everything, so I started to rewire , adding new a fuse block to eliminate the multiple wires connected to the battery posts, and to clean it up and color code them and adding a battery disconnect switch.

I have a pretty good idea on how to upgrade and rewire everything, but just to make sure I have a basic plan, can anyone provide me with a diagram on how it was done from the factory?

I also have thought about adding an additional house battery if I have the room.

Also I have no idea what all of these wires are, and they are all the same color, so I was also hoping that someone can tell me the easiest way to trace these wires to determine what they feed so I can label them accordingly. The only way I thought I could do it is to turn everything in the motor-home on, and then pull the fuse to see what goes off, so if anyone can provide me with a better, easier way that too would be great.
Once I label everything that too will allow me to fuse it correctly from the guide in the owner manual, so that nothing is either under-fused.
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Gather all the information you can about your rig.(i.e. VIN#, FIN#, make, model and year) and go to the Fleetwood Customer Support Contact and request the electrical, plumbing and heating diagrams for your unit.

They may not have specific data, that far back, but they may have some generic data that will help.
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