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RE: Dirt Rod inline fuel pump instructions

I have been watching this post. I have a 1993 p30 with same problem. Would this fix work for my fuel pump? 1993 Itasca Sunrise. I already got the inline fuel pump, relay, wires and everything but my electrical skills are limited and seems that the instructions that a member of this group sent to me are incomplete as the manual mention 2 photos, one of the pump setup and other pf the relay setup but the relay photo is missing so not sure how to connect everything. Maybe other member can give us a hand and I’ll let you know as soon as I successfully install it.
juano 11/13/21 09:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coach battery bank not working

What is the exact model number of the converter? is it a 9100 or 9200? Does it supply power when connected to shore power? I've the 9000. Yesterday I followed the troubleshooting guide and I got every reading well like 120v input, 13.7v output, no blown fuses and the two 30amp breakers at the BCC reset but coach batteries still not charging and converter fan not starting. Does I have a failed converter? https://i.ibb.co/WVRNbPP/IMG-1427-2.jpg
juano 10/21/21 10:55am Tech Issues
RE: Coach battery bank not working

I found my issue, a cleaned ground that apparently was not clean enough so testing conductivity through the chassis I got bad connection. I'm happy to say that my brand new coach batteries are giving power to my house. Now I'll need to figure out why after followed the troubleshooting guide positively my Inteli Power 9000 is not charging my batteries.
juano 10/20/21 08:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Coach battery bank not working

Thanks enblethen and BFL13 for the comments. Before I pass to converter/charger testing I need to know why my coach battery bank is not being used by my house. So went from battery banks positive to BCC and found that I was getting full voltage from the chassis battery at the solenoid but only 3v on the coach battery bank. This morning I decided to jump the automatic charging aux start relay (a.k.a. solenoid) to see if I can find some changes. Before I jumped it I took readings with my multimeter on each battery bank: Chas bat 12.21v Aux bat 12.68v Using ground around the BCC and positives entering into it and connecting to solenoid I read: Chas bat: 12.21v Aux bat: 3v (??) Then I proceed to disconnect everything and jumped the solenoid and measure again on solenoid sides: Aux bat 12.18v Chas bat 12.29v I turned on 12v lights at the coach and I measured again after 5 minutes: Chas bat 11.8v Aux bat 12.68v So it’s clear that my house is not using the power from the coach battery bank and draining the chassis battery. So that's why I want to keep converter aside until I get this step solved.
juano 10/20/21 01:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Coach battery bank not working

"After 3 days the batteries died" I assume you mean the house batteries Bad converter is my guess. but Make and model of converter please Converters have fuses.. could be that simple Yes, I mean house batteries. I already checked my inteli 9000 converter fuses and both are fine, also input is reading 120v with 13.3v of output. At the same time I don't think the input it's my problem as alternator is not being able to recharge my coach battery bank neither.
juano 10/20/21 10:25am Tech Issues
Coach battery bank not working

Hi, Fulltimer with a wife and 2 years old baby trying to troubleshoot an electrical issue for almost a week without luck, need to be able to run furnace and the rest of the equipment as its getting really wet and cold here in the mountains of Northern California. Got a 1995 Bounder and loving it, original 6v Interstate batteries were from 2005 so totally dead, replaced them with brand new 6v Interstate deep cycle connected in series as the original. Starter battery replaced too. After 3 days coach batteries died. Alternator or shore power by charger/converter not able to recharge coach battery bank. I got a big wheel Napa battery charger and recharge them to 12.8v. If I'm running engine I've 12v power but few minutes after I shut it off I lost all 12v power after a relay click. Looks like coach battery bank is not being recognized by the system. I already cleaned the two grounds from each bank at the chassis until I got shiny metal, nothing changed. With the engine off if I click both battery disconnect switches I can hear a click, but maybe I should go further and check it with my meter, any guidelines of how to proceed step by step? I'll take notes and update the post as requested. My electrical skills are not great but I've 2 multimeters available, voltimeter light, wires, and the whole day to take readings and hopefully fix this annoying issue. Thanks you!
juano 10/20/21 01:21am Tech Issues
RE: Dirt Rod inline fuel pump instructions

Thanks everybody! Can anyone confirm if I can split the dead in tank wiring and use the same wires fior the new external fuel pump? I'm trying to avoid losing time with new relays, fuses, connectors, etc.
juano 09/11/21 12:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dirt Rod inline fuel pump instructions

Here's the info I used to install an inline booster pump on a 1995 Coachmen some years ago: ***Link Removed*** Thank you!
juano 09/10/21 04:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dirt Rod inline fuel pump instructions

***Link Removed*** There are some in-line fuel pumps available on that site. Good Luck!! That's not what I'm asking for but thanks for your time.
juano 09/10/21 12:09am Class A Motorhomes
Dirt Rod inline fuel pump instructions

Hi, I'm staying tonight on the property of the owner of a 95' Bounder on a F53 chassis that I want to buy, but was parked 10 years ago and has a dead fuel pump. I need to leave ASAP so I don't have time to wait for the shipping of the original intank fuel pump so trying to find a quick fix I found on this forum a post from the member 'Dirt Rod' saying that an inline pump is not only possible but better. I sent him an email but the address is gone so I'm asking here if somebody can forward me the information by email: juanetchevers from the most popular email that starts with g. Thank you!
juano 09/09/21 11:33pm Class A Motorhomes
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