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  1. whalepirot
    We bought a '19 Cherokee T'Hawk (not Grand). I found nearly all Jeep dealers have no clue about this topic; hence offer a solution, so in my search for the adapter harness, none had it in stock until I found a dealer in Iowa who did. He advised me that it was unnecessary as FMC had fixed the problem beginning in MY 2019. Ours is an early production vehicle.
    like most topics, the web is fully of contrary info, but I've seen no issues with this, my first Jeep, though the Firestones sound and act like they are tread separating.
  2. Old Scout
    Hey Paul, quick question. I didnt follow your good advice on my solar panel config. so I now have 4x100 watt panels on a Victron 100/30 controller and will soon add a second 200watt panel to a second 100/30 controller with an existing 200watt panel already installed to give me 2x200watt panels in series on that controller. Total will be 800 watts--think that will serve me well. The 4x100 panels are 2x100 panels in series, then the 2 sets of two in parallel. So what do I need for in-line fuses on the 4x100 panel side? Figure the 2x200 in series side would only require 15 amps as max amps on a panel is like 12.7 at 24 volts. Not as sure on the 4x100 side with 2 sets of two panels in series and the two set in parallel for 24volts. Appreciate the help--dean

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  • About paul65k
    City
    Lake Havasu City
    State or Province
    Arizona
    Country
    United States
    RV Manufacturer
    Alpine
    RV Model
    36 FDDS
    RV Year
    2001
    RV Length
    36
    Location (City, State):
    Lake Havasu City, AZ
  • Signature
    Paul & Jean
    2001 Alpine 36FDDS (74291)-1600W Solar, 13,440Wh (525Ah @24V) LiFePO4
    2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk (Hemi)
    2006 Alpenlite 32RL - Sold

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