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Red wire from alltenator to dash warning lights and....

Posted Nov 28th, 2009 at 22:07 by BrianH

The black wire to the red onto the alternator confused me. Then I remembered it connected to the caravan battery. All working now.
Two weeks and no warning lights on the dash is not recommended.
The Kenlow hot start was not switching the cab hot fan so I have replaced it with a repaired spare.
Now, the hot water pipes combination to heat the LPG evaporator and the Kenlow hotstart is fun and took time to get right, but does need extra attention with these extra pipes.
The air traps can cause the evaportator to freeze as no hot water gets there and nothing works. The same air trap may effect the Hotsart too.
The LPG has an air bleed; the Hotstart must be be cracked at the top junction, then resealed.
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