I have a 2008 373 Georgetown. I recently start having engine battery problems which I had to use the battery boost. I took it in to the dealer and they too had problems starting it. They took it to Ford because the battery is warrantee under them. Ford tested the unit and sent back to dealer saying nothing is wrong with the unit. I just picked it up from dealer two weeks ago and it cranked right up. I went to crank it on Sunday and again, I had to use the battery boost. I drove it around to charge up the battery and on Wednesday I went to crank it battery dead and had a really hard time trying to use the battery boost. Well, I got it started and drove it again and went to visit a friend in my town and now it will not start. My son works for Merchant Auto so I had him come and test the engine battery and it showed Low voltage from the alternator and the battery had 139 CCA cold cranking amps out of 750. We attempted to get a new battery, but due to being Christmas Eve everything closed early. The unit is under warranty and I called Coach Net and asked for service on Friday the 26th.
In my brainstorming effort my son tested the coach batteries which had a good charge on both batteries. My thinking with these batteries being fully charged I should have inside lights, slide outs working, command center should function, generator should fire-up, and steps should work. That is not the case EVERYTHING is dead...no generator....nothing. I know I have a service call in for Friday, but I thought I would at least get the group brain storming to help me have some clue as to what possibly could cause this problem. I requested the service call for Friday because I want everyone to have a merry Christmas, Friday works for me. I was suppose to be leaving Friday am heading to Cleveland GA and other places and ending in Melbourne FL for New Years eve, but looks like my plans just went down the drain. Any help or ideas are truly welcome.