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Old 11-11-2006, 01:30 PM   #1
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Need battery isolator for my TV?

My TV is a 05 Dodge Diesel 4x4 with a tow package. Do I need to install a battery isolator or is there a system in place either in my 91 AS or the Dodge that isolates the two systems already? Thanks
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Meager as umbilical recharging can be while underway, are you asking about the opposite situation; ie, parked for the night with umbilical attached and you don't want to draw down your TV battery?
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Just wonderng if anyone knows if my 91 AS or my 05 Dodge with tow package has an isolator built in already or if I need to get one. If I recall correctly, if you don't have one, then the AS is always drawing from the TV as well as itself whether driving or not. Thanks
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Most tow packages isolate the tv when the key is off. Put a amp meter on the hot tv battery while the key is off and turn something on in the Airstream that draws some current and take a measurment. Then turn off the airstream current and measure again. You will find the answer.
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