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Old 08-03-2021, 09:48 AM   #1
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BCC solenoid

I want to replace the big solenoid at the back of the BCC. Does anyone know where I can buy a direct replacement?
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Which one is it? The battery disconnect, or the battery isolator solenoid? Is it black or silver?

Here's the battery disconnect. https://www.amazon.com/INTELLITEC-01...71443515&psc=1

Here's a replacement for the Trombetta, battery isolator/emergency start solenoid.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Old 08-03-2021, 01:27 PM   #3
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Or are you looking for this one?


Make sure you match up your part number. Typically they are disconnected unless the relay is active. But some of these are connected until the relay is activated.

Also, on American Coach be careful which side you connect the Slide-Outs Power Lead. I found on my coach it was on the wrong side and the slides were pulling ground from one set of a batteries while power came from the other. They would only operate while the relay was activated (and not very well, as the current had to pass through the relay).

You can buy here: https://www.amazon.com/Intellitec-77...8018696&sr=8-2

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Thanks for the links!!
The silver one clicks all the time without doing anything in the coach. I have a strange charging problem going on too. It does not seem to be switching between charging the house and the coach batteries.

I also know the emergency start does not work at all, never has. I will start with the silver one because I know it is doing wacky things.
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That would be the one that controls both the house charging from the engine and the emer start.
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The charging does not switch between house and chassis batteries.

The alternator always charges the chassis battery.

The house converter/charger OR the inverter/charger always charges the house batteries.

The isolation solenoid connects the 2 battery banks together, when conditions are met.
Pushing the boost switch is one of the conditions.

Its like a automatic jumper cable, nothing else.
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Don't know if your component exactly matches. I bought mine here:

https://pdxrvwholesale.com/products/...ne-relay-eb300

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This is probably the RV Custom Products relay you are looking for.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/192380511834

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This is probably the RV Custom Products relay you are looking for.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/192380511834



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That's a latching relay, used for battery disconnect, not battery isolation.

The OP needs an isolation solenoid. They don't latch.

Yes the BIM225 and the Blue Sea latch but they are new to the RV world.
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That's a latching relay, used for battery disconnect, not battery isolation.

The OP needs an isolation solenoid. They don't latch.

Yes the BIM225 and the Blue Sea latch but they are new to the RV world.
The OP's opening remarks said "the BIG solenoid in the back of the BCC"
I pointed him to the Big solenoid. The silver isolator relay is smaller.
I can only work with what I read.

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