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Wireless Battery Voltage Meter

I’m looking for a wireless battery voltage meter. Just something to display voltage without having to pull wires. Haven’t found anything in my search so far. Anyone have ideas? I don’t want and don’t need an expensive Trimetric or other battery monitor. I’ve managed just fine with monitoring volts only for 9 years. Looking for something wireless for my new rig. Thanks.
Vach 08/13/19 07:33pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Older Motorhome

I have enjoyed reading all the post. Many more than I thought I'd get. Lots of good advice and observations. We decided to keep what we have, at least for now. We looked at several new options and are not sure we found anything that fits us better. I don't mind doing some repairs I can handle and new motorhome cost certainly is a factor also. Wish us luck and stop if you see us on the side of the road with our hood up. Lol. I'll look out for you too.
Vach 03/13/19 11:19am Class C Motorhomes
Older Motorhome

The joys of owning an older motorhome. I have a 2008 Winnebago Aspect 26A on a E450 Ford. This trip has been interesting. The morning of a our departure we had to have our fully loaded vehicle towed out of our driveway to have a new starter installed for the motor. Then within a week we repaired the refrigerator (new card) and the generator (new fuel pump). $1,500 later I'm feeling slightly overwhelmed. Everything has been pretty reliable before, except for some fairly minor repairs and routine maintenance. Those of you who have been here before, is this the beginning of the end, or just and inconvenient blip? Should I expect occasional issues or the start of a driving money pit? I don't mind occasional issues and would have changed the starter myself if it wasn't 15 degrees and snowing. We really like our Aspect, it's pretty unique and fits us just right. We are planning another trip to Alaska this summer. Just trying to figure out what my future might look like so I can better prepare. Thanks in advance for your input.
Vach 02/14/19 06:12pm Class C Motorhomes
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