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|Battery cutoff switch location||Irene||8-3-15|
|On a 2004 Pace Arrow 36B where is the battery cutoff switch located?|
|Re: Battery cutoff switch location||Neil||8-15-15|
|Most RVs have two cutoff switches located near the entry door. Look in the cabinets near the door sometimes on the edge wall that is thick enough to support the switch and the wiring which goes from a couple of relays near the batteries.|
|Re: Battery cutoff switch location||Mark Bush||8-17-15|
|Turn main battery disconnect turned it back on. No power to starter or chassis|
|Re: Battery cutoff switch location||RVTech||9-12-15|
|I just repaired a coach the other day with the same basic problem. There is a huge inline fuse that is somewhere close to the batteries and there is another inline fuse between the solenoids in the front engine compartment usually very close to the engine batteries usually in a plastic box. That one connects the main starting solenoid and the emergency start solenoid. Both have a view window to check to see if they are blown but I would use a ohm meter and see if they have power incoming and exiting the fuses. The coach I fixed, the one at the engine battery was the culprit, they are very large about 500 amp and you can only get them at a RV dealer. If you find one bad, go to coastdistribution.com and they have what you need, that is where I got my replacement. They are called: Blue Sea Systems ANL fuses and they come from 50 amp to 500 amp they are for ignition protection, make sure you get the right amp. |
Hope that helps!