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Monaco 2007 Knight won’t start


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Try holding down the Auxillary Start button on the dash for a couple minutes and then try to start.  This will tie you house and chassis batteries together, if it is a low voltage problem it should start provided your house batteries are good.

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Have you tried holding the emergency start button down for a couple of minutes prior to trying to make it turn over? Keep holding the button while trying as well.

Does your generator start? Are you on shoreline?

 

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If your chassis battery(s) are completed dead, then chances are using the AUX Start won't help but still worth a try.

I would first put a standalone battery charger on the chassis battery(s) for a day until the charger says that the battery s full then try it once again.

I would also make sure that the water level is correct before connecting the charger.

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21 minutes ago, Dr4Film said:

If your chassis battery(s) are completed dead, then chances are using the AUX Start won't help but still worth a try.

I would first put a standalone battery charger on the chassis battery(s) for a day until the charger says that the battery s full then try it once again.

I would also make sure that the water level is correct before connecting the charger.

It shows 14 volts

27 minutes ago, Rocketman3 said:

How old are your chassis batteries?  

2020

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