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Old 04-11-2018, 03:12 PM   #1
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Help in identifying these components

I cross posted this in the Class A section but perhaps the experts are here. I must admit being a bonehead when it comes to my my RV electrics. I have 1998 Fleetwood Flair with the Ford 460 Chassis. The coach is 20 years old and things are popping up as fast as I can fix. But if something happens to the electrical side I'm doomed if I'm in the middle of nowhere. Can anyone help identify these components and what they are used for? I understand Number 3 is a Relay Delay Isolator but what the the heck is that? I'm sure the right people can help many of us understand what we have going on with protons and neutrons.

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Can you post the photos here in this Thread.
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Very sorry about that. I thought I had attached the photo.
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Can't seem to post a picture. I had no trouble on the Class A section. I'll keep on trying. Thanks for your interest.
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I cross posted this in the Class A section but perhaps the experts are here. I must admit being a bonehead when it comes to my my RV electrics. I have 1998 Fleetwood Flair with the Ford 460 Chassis. The coach is 20 years old and things are popping up as fast as I can fix. But if something happens to the electrical side I'm doomed if I'm in the middle of nowhere. Can anyone help identify these components and what they are used for? I understand Number 3 is a Relay Delay Isolator but what the the heck is that? I'm sure the right people can help many of us understand what we have going on with protons and neutrons.

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It is probably a module that delays activation of the battery isolation solenoid for a certain amount of time after starting the engine to assure that the alternator is charging. When the time has passed, probably about 30 seconds or so, power is applied to the battery isolation relay and the engine alternator charges bothe the chassis and house batteries while the engine is running.
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