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|Tanex||Well here is what I found .Can onlt assume they are well past being of any use as previous owner did not think it had any. Do those codes mean anything. Would be interesting to date them. Put two 120AH in there and they fit|
Originally Posted by bc109 View Post
|Tanex||Yes under the font drivers seat. (LHD) I think I will just do a fresh install. Take out the passengers seat and put them there. Have a 3kw Victron in the compartment through the wall so that is handy. Have looked everywhere for the second battery or signs as to where it EVER was. Nothing..Thanks guys for your help.|
Originally Posted by Tavira View Post
Originally Posted by rayrecrok View Post
Think i will just use that space under the passengers seat and add a battery or two
Surly if there had ever been a battery under the seat, there would be a pair of terminals, that connected it..
My Hymer 550 has a weird tier of small shelves behind the driver's seat which hides the heating pipe and also the habitation battery.
Anything like that to investigate ?
|BillCreer||Does it have an Electroblok control unit? i.e. the box that distributes the 12v power and where most of the fuses are.|
Drew...no hab battery!
Tanex....If there is space under one of the seats for it presumably the last owner simply removed it?
On my Hymer there are two leisure batteries, one under the passenger seat and one under the drivers seat... plus one I had fitted under side bench, all three bought together with the same output and fitted by a Hymer dealer in Huddersfield..
It would be strange for there not to be a habitation battery, maybe a previous owner took it out to save buying a new one, which would make him "daft like brush!"..
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