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Hi, The swhich looks like thisame goes for this motorhome when you drive the batteries charge. There is a battery charging isolator under the front cawing.
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The picture is of a battery isolator used on most coaches
Does this hold true for Winnebago's? do these go bad. the question is how does winnebago set up for recharging batteries when you are on the road. They have two six volt batteries. apparently they are isolated from the battery that runs the coach. That one is a standard auto battery. they are isolated from each other and the coach battery opens the slide. the six volts run the interior. All of them do not charge when driving. I am not very good with vehicle mechanics, am 75 years old and widowed, so keep it simple for me please
Its a 34RQ with a ford motor. I can go out to storage tomorrow and get more info off the door if this is not enough
For the WCG34RQ Ford chassis wiring diagram please go here when you look at the chassis wiring diagrams on page 2 for the ford chassis they have two battery solenoids one for the chassis and one for the coach\ house batteries. So if I look at the chassis wiring diagrams for the ford side my thought process says coach\house no not connected to alternator for charging just the chassis battery, It is completely wired different than for the chevy engine for the WC line and the diesel line for the WK line of your model.
The body wiring diagram here shows the house aka coach batteries in the front electrical compartment
The body wiring installation is here .
The automotive wiring here has page 3 that shows the ford chassis looks like there is a breaker below the dash pod for the coach\house batteries that might be worth checking to see if it popped. This runs to a battery disconnect in the front electrical box.
The front end wiring diagram for your rv is here
The parts catalog as built for your WC34RQ is here
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Thank you. You have been very helpful and I appreciate the time you took. We will take it from here.
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