Originally Posted by Timaz
In my case the breakers only happen when I traveled. The If you think about it, All of the 120 v electrical goes up the side of the engine bay and with the added heat from the engine the breakers will pop. (bad roads don't help) My solution was to vent the engine bay. This solved my problem even when changing the breakers didn't along with leaving the breaker door open with a fan. My brother made me standoffs to hold the engine lid open 6". (pictures) Problem solved and I'm sure my alternator is much better off in a cooler environment.
Sorry I forgot to add the pictures of the standoff in the engine door linkage.
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