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Old 10-06-2022, 11:15 AM   #1
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97 Flair house battery wiring.

Hey yíall! We just bought a 97 Flair it runs great everything operates plugged in, the converter is running. However the house or auxiliary batteries both 12 volt, are totally shot and unplugged.

Iíve got two lithium on the way and was hoping I could wire them in or just wire some 12 v batteries I have to have the fridge run on the road or start the gen

All I have is one power cord and no others on site! Any advice is greatly appreciated!

Iíve put a photo of my batteries in the attachments, could I just wire in a ground or am missing something? Thanks!
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I can't comment on your missing cables ; BUT : when you do go to hook up the two MAKE SURE you do it correctly ; batteries in parallel.

Also find info on your converter , to make sure it's charge rate is compatible with lithium batteries . If it is original to the coach , it may not be.

The 12volt Side of Life (Part 1)
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Old 10-06-2022, 11:38 AM   #3
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Thanks for the quick reply! Your absolutely right I will do so thanks for the reminder.

Iíve only seen one other photo of an earlier model of a flairs aux batteries itís a head scratcher if Iím missing some cables to supply the 2 or if I just need a ground haha anyway thanks for the quick reply!
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