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1995brave

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You will find the solenoids under the hood , on the drivers side, insise the box. Lower one should be the battery on/off and the upper one should be emergancy start/battery charge. Also check under the lift up dash for the battery circuit breaker. It should be right next to the chassis fuses and will have a red top with either a 30 or 40 on top of it. That is the chassis battery circuit breaker, if you don't have any power to the coach push it in.

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1995brave wrote:

You will find the solenoids under the hood , on the drivers side, insise the box. Lower one should be the battery on/off and the upper one should be emergancy start/battery charge. Also check under the lift up dash for the battery circuit breaker. It should be right next to the chassis fuses and will have a red top with either a 30 or 40 on top of it. That is the chassis battery circuit breaker, if you don't have any power to the coach push it in.
. I was changing the air filter and cleaning in the engine compartment and low and behold, there was the big box clearly marked. Funny how I never noticed what it was labeled. For some strange reason, that was the last place I would have looked. Nowhere near the batteries. Thanks!


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