AlanC2 Posted October 12, 2022 Share Posted October 12, 2022 I went to start up our 2002 Windsor PST today to pull out of our campsite this morning to head home, and the voltage came up and pegged the analogue voltmeter, and the Silverleaf showed 18.4 volts. Not wanting to fry electronics or cook a fairly new 8D chassis battery, I pulled from the campsite to a parking lot. In my old Dynasty which had a 8.3 Cummins Mechanical, when the alternator went, I was able to link the chassis and house batteries together and run the generator to keep all charged while I drove home. Coach Net has dispatched a mechanic as I have asked to come and disconnect the alternator, and I was planning on doing the same thing using the Blue Sea ACR and the generator/solar to keep things charged. He has not arrived yet, and now I'm wondering if that trick will work with this engine since this one is electronic and not mechanical. We're down in Crisfield, MD and there's not a place close by where I can get the alternator rebuilt here. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!!! AlanC2 2002 Windsor PST Cummins ISC330 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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