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Old 07-27-2020, 10:13 PM   #21
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I too have the 2015 SS Agile. Your inverter is indeed the Powerstar, here is the manual

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/04...SER_MANUAL.pdf

I know this because I think it just died....will post another thread!

The manual they gave me when I bought it was for a Tripp-Lite, I was a bit confused.

My Agile does have a propane generator (was an option), solar (which was never originally connected properly). The 2015 did not have the 2nd alternator option.

It also has a battery separator - a separate solenoid to protect the charging system and to assist starting the engine. Others smarter than me should chime in, but my understanding it prevents the chassis batteries from draining the engine battery, but both get charged when engine is running.

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Old 08-18-2020, 07:11 PM   #23
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I could not find a thread on DC wiring so I will stick this question here since I have a 2015 Agile. A year or so ago I replaced the inverter/charger with a nice Magnum. To shorten the downtime I pretty much swapped them using a lot of the existing wiring. Now I would like to tune the wiring to properly connect the shunt. For simplicity I would like to have the shunt on the front batteries where it is easier to keep clean.
The existing wiring is essentially this:

I was considering a couple options but when I looked under the van I found at the half-way point the (+) cable from front to rear battery banks splits. It goes on to connect to the rear bank but also feeds what I assume to be the DC circuit box and another to the Onan. So as to not mess with this, would the battery banks be balanced if I just added another cable from the (-) on front pair to the rear (-) like this?


Stay healthy,
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