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Old 08-30-2016, 11:27 PM   #1
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1974 International Control Panel Wiring

Hello hoping someone can help me out here. My gray and black tanks do not show the level I think it is a wiring problem but not the sensor in the tanks. Can't seem to find out where the wires go from the gauges. I pulled out the old battery charge so must have disconnected something from there. I put a couple of six volts in that compartment for increased amp hours.

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Placerville is inland enough that I do not suspect corrosion. I think that if you start "pulling" things you may have pulled something loose. The sensor wires for the tanks are something like 18-gauge as I recall. I would start at the end-point (tanks connections) and work my way though --- all the way back to the gauges. And don't forget a continuity tester.
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Placerville is inland enough that I do not suspect corrosion. I think that if you start "pulling" things you may have pulled something loose. The sensor wires for the tanks are something like 18-gauge as I recall. I would start at the end-point (tanks connections) and work my way though --- all the way back to the gauges. And don't forget a continuity tester.
Thanks I don't have a schematic and as you know finding the start connections can be tricky. When I pulled the old battery charger I did disconnect some things so I will start there. That is when they quit working.

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Thanks I don't have a schematic and as you know finding the start connections can be tricky. When I pulled the old battery charger I did disconnect some things so I will start there. That is when they quit working.

Ron
One thing that would be helpful if any one as the time is take a picture of the wiring on the battery charger. Foolishly I disconnected everything not anticipating this issue. There is a block with for screws and I need to know where each one of those wires go, they are color coded.

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