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Old 01-23-2010, 12:07 AM   #15
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Bob are you too wiring a pre 64? Maybe you can help too. We are helping Howie find the wiring from where it exits and comes visable so we can see what we have to work with. Is it accessable in your unit? I'm figuring its a buried deep and curious if its accessible.
Randy, see my post above. The charge line should be in a small area inside an aluminum cover on the belly pan. The charge line and battery lead should both be there.
Also, if you want a battery to fit that compartment under the window, it should be a 2EE or 3EE.
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Old 01-23-2010, 12:13 AM   #16
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Bob are you too wiring a pre 64? Maybe you can help too. We are helping Howie find the wiring from where it exits and comes visable so we can see what we have to work with. Is it accessable in your unit? I'm figuring its a buried deep and curious if its accessible.
Thats just the thing ... The TV +12v goes to the battery + and the battery + then fans out inside the skin ... looping fixture to fixture ... no fuse no nuttin'.
The umbilical wire nuts to the wiring runs inside the front panel just inside of the street side seam right above the floor. One of my 62s had a hole cut on the inside panel under the gaucho to effect repairs ... careful you don't cut wires when you cut the panel.
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Randy, see my post above. The charge line should be in a small area inside an aluminum cover on the belly pan. The charge line and battery lead should both be there.
Also, if you want a battery to fit that compartment under the window, it should be a 2EE or 3EE.
I'll look again but don't remember covers on either one of mine ...
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I learned something. I don't have a pre 64, thanks and I see Terry has the answer. Good work Terry!
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I learned something. I don't have a pre 64, thanks and I see Terry has the answer. Good work Terry!
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