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1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system Tony 3-24-03  
Help! My battery is fully charged but I have no juice to anything (alt. fuse box,lights,etc. ) when I jump start it starts but drains battery and dies. also starts when house is pluged in ??????
Clubsfor1976pacearrow lonnie leonard 4-7-09  
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Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system buck 3-24-03  
Sounds like you have a bad connection somewhere at the battery or where the battery connects to junction block that feeds the coach,use a volt meter and start at the battery and measure for voltage at the posts,then go to the battery terminals,follow the battery cables,both power and ground sides until you find where you either dont have power or ground and fix what you find,could be a loose or coroded connection for the positive cable or ground cable
Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system david 3-27-03  
I would agree with Sam. Putting a breaker in is a bit of a chore, but if the circuit breaker pops immediately you can diagnose the problem without replacing the link several times. Start checking circuits.

They aren't cheap but http://www.moparmanuals.com/mopar/main/Products.asp has the motorhome chassis manual and the wiring manual on CD.
Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 Manual Carl 7-27-04  
Does anyone know where I can find a manual for the 1976 Pace Arrow?
Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system David 3-25-03  
With the exception of the power to the starter motor, everything goes through a "fusable link". This is a small guage peice of wire between the battery and the fuse block. It protects the fuse block. I suspect it is bad. You can start and run on house power because it will bypass the link.
Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system Tony 3-26-03  
David, the "fusable link" wire was fried! What would cause this to happen though? Is there something I should check,change,or watch for ? I'm now going through all visable wireing. Any suggestions would be great. thanks for the help....
Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system stewart 7-9-05  
I seem to be having the same problem - batteries fully charged but can not get any power to the coach. Can't even start my generator. I do not have a pace arrow but a residency class A thor maufacturer. I don't know where to find thid fusable link. If this okay have you anyother sugestions as to my problem. Everything is so expensive to take it to a dealer and besides I would have to travel 200 mles to get to one. Would appreciate all the help you could give me. Thanks Stewart
Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system Sam Watson 3-27-03  
I've had fusible links burn out for no apparant reason, perhaps just due to age? When this happens, I normally replace them with a self-resetting circuit breaker of appropriate amperage.These circuit breakers are avilable in up to 50 amp capacity.
Re: 1976 pace arrow dodge 440 battery charged but no power to electrical system carl 4-15-03  
Look at the wire from the alternator,mine touched the heat sheild and poof,goodby fusible link.
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