I have looked behind the DC POWER DISPLAY PANEL and all wiring looks to be intact. I check all the fuses in the DC power panel above the AC power panel and they are all good. Check all the fuses in the engine bay and they are all good. That only leaves the fuse panel driver's side firewall. Does anyone have a layout for this fuse panel for the 2004 Pace Arrow 36B? photo attached...
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My 08 Bounder had a BCC ( battery control center) in a forward passenger side bay.
Here’s a photo of it. The bottom left two black buttons were 12v circuit breakers. Maybe your Pace has something similar.
After further investigation, it appears that I have burnt components on the Battery control board CB-115 REV G. I have contacted RV Custom Products in CA to see if they can provide a replacement or an alternative part.
Contacted RV CUSTOM PRODUCTS and for $230.89 C.O.D. they sent me a new Rev P BCC to replace the Rev G BCC. Everything is working fine after installing new BCC. RV CUSTOM PRODUCTS was very helpful and the BCC was shipped quickly. I am now charging both chassis and coach batteries without a battery tender. I also have readouts on the display panel in the coach. Installation was a snap... 30 mins.