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Old 11-15-2019, 02:01 PM   #1
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Need to locate BiDirectional Isolator Relay Delay

Have looked all under and in 2010 255 GTS with no luck. The Isolator Relay is in a box just to the front of battery box. Also in that box are some fuses, etc. for slide outs and other things. But the BIRD is not there or anywhere around it or the battery box. It is not under the driver nor pass. seats. Not under dash on driver side or visible on pass. side. Not under the hood, either. Not under driver door panel that forms step just inside the sill. Does anyone know where it is or can anyone think of where I haven't looked?
Am working to attached diagram which came with the MH. The reason is my emergency start switch does not work even though switch checks good. I loose the GRN wire from the Isolator Relay when it disappears into some foam under the floor and there is no GRN wire connected to the switch.
The BIRD is working properly and the voltages on house and chassis are same after time delays. When I test it I hear the Isolator Relay click and the chassis voltage jumps up to same as coach. And when driving chassis charges coach.
Appreciate any help.
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Old 11-21-2019, 10:53 PM   #2
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Start searching from your Emergency Switch...

In our 2012 Lexi, if I remember well, Switch and BIRD were close-by.

Our Lexi is actually in storage miles away from home for awile.

Good luck
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Old 11-22-2019, 07:05 AM   #3
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I wish!! The wires from the switch disappear behind the drivers seat to the sub floor. The yellow wire from the 5 amp fuse (which is on a circuit board with fuses for slide outs, etc) and the green wire from the Isolator Relay coil also disappear into the sub floor.
The BIRD also requires a wire from the ignition switch and the other thing needing that input is the step controller so I have concentrated my search around that area with no results.
Still looking!! Thanks for the reply.
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Old 12-06-2019, 01:38 PM   #4
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Found it by accident!!
Behind the driver's seat where the carpeted floor drops off to go under the seats there is a small (approx. 6" x 8") raised area where the BIRD resides. A piece of wood covered in the carpet screwed down blends so well I never noticed it in 4 years. Just walking through carrying a light today I noticed the head of one of the screws shining.
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You have hack eyes.

Bravo!
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You have hack eyes.

Bravo!

Should have said: Hawk's eyes !
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