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Old 06-21-2015, 12:03 PM   #1
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Trickle Charger 2004 Monaco Monarch

I'm hoping to gain some knowledge of our current coach. Has anyone installed a trickle charger to a 2004 Monaco Monarch?

I have a ton of questions and I search constantly. I will have more soon so please bare with me.
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I installed the Ultra Trik L Start charger on my 2005 Monaco Monarch SE to keep the engine battery charged while on shore power.
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I installed the Ultra Trik L Start charger on my 2005 Monaco Monarch SE to keep the engine battery charged while on shore power.
Thanks for your reply! How long have you owned your Monarch? We love ours, just still learning everything.
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I installed the trickle charge in 2008 and the charge wizard to the 9160 intellitec charger same year. Both work great.





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The inverter should keep the batteries charged. I've had the isolator relay replaced twice which is what keeps the batteries charged. I no longer need a trickle charger.
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