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Old 09-27-2020, 08:08 AM   #1
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Magnum Autostart on a Onan 7500 diesel?

Iíve seen posts saying folks have installed the Magnum ME-AGS in their Onan generator but I canít for the life of me figure out how youíd actually wire it. Reviewed Onan manual and didnít see any wiring explanations that would be helpful.

Anyone ever installed one?
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Old 09-27-2020, 12:29 PM   #2
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Is your coach prewired for autostart? Usually they'll run back to the inverter area. There's a 2004 page for monaco.
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Look for the red, yellow, blk, and brown wires coming off of the gen start switch or the monitor panel. White goes to ground on mine. Blk is to gen run 1 and 1 start brown is to gen run 2, yellow is gen start 2. That is on a 2004 monaco with a trace 3012 rv inverter, built in gen start. So basically 3 wires to the gen.

Yellow is C on the gen. Start. Brown is stop , E on the gen. Black is A and shows a 5 amp fuse inline.
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Old 09-28-2020, 01:46 PM   #4
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Yes, I have installed one, on a 2008 Monaco Knight.

It was easy, just followed the directions.

At the same time I installed a bmk battery monitor.

To support them, I had to upgrade the remote panel.

The whole thing was fairly easy
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