Originally Posted by KennyGolub
When I first took my coach home, I left both house and chassis batteries "on" (switch in the 'on' position). I found the chassis batteries were way down and not charging, but the house batteries were fine. The chassis batteries went so low, I had to get two new ones.
So, I now leave the house batteries to "on" and the chassis batteries main to "off". I plug a trickle charger into an outlet (coach is plugged in for power all winter), and connect the charger to the chassis batteries directly after turning the master switch for the chassis batteries off.
I hope this explains it a little better. I've never been a wordsmith
You would think that FR would have wired so that all batteries house and chassis would have been charged by the battery charger.
Could that be why, when I start up that I get a "Low Voltage" indication on the FL instrument bar?. Seems like FR should come up with a way to do that without us having to put a separate trickle changer on the chassis batteries.