tomevansfl Posted November 30, 2022 Share Posted November 30, 2022 A few days ago I went to my coach at the storage facility to "exercise" the engine and generator. I had just got it back from Cummins Coach Care a few weeks ago for replacing the chassis batteries, changing the oil and fuel filters. The coach had been stored unused for about a month without use and I wanted to run the engine and generator for about an hour each to circulate all the fluids, etc. The engine cranked just fine but the generator wouldn't even try to turn over. I couldn't even hear a click when I priimed and tried to start it. The light on the on/off switch lit up so I know power is getting to the switch on the dash. I also tried the switch on the generator with no luck. I always turn the house and chassis battery cut-off to the off position to prevent vampire battery drainage while in storage. I cheched the breaker on the generator, but it hadn't tripped. I admit I didn't check the fuses in the front-driver's side panel under the driver's window to see if any fuses in there had blown. Not sure if it may have been disconnected from the chassis batteries or what. Could Cummins Coach Care have forgotten to reconnect the generator to the chassis batteries? If they did, is reconnecting something I can do or should I take it back to Cummins Coach Care? What is the next logical thing to check? Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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