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post #1 of 9 Old 09-20-2016, 11:20 PM Thread Starter
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I have tryed to post here before with no luck so I will try one more time. Working on 2016 2500 159" high with 3.6 gas. Got questions on auxiliary battery prep. Also lowering rear ride height.
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post #2 of 9 Old 09-20-2016, 11:36 PM
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mubiks, type in the search box ( upper right ) what you need and you will find a wealth of information regarding the two subjects you spoke of! Cheers
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You should be able to find anything you want to know by searching the archives.

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You can ask as well, once you find out enough to get confused and frustrated. Welcome.

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i have the aux batt prep. What do you need to know?
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Aux battery prep

Need to know where to hook the house battery wire. The house battery will be in racing aluminum case under bunk by driver side rear. I see three tabs with 70 amp fuses on top of battery.
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Does the factory battery prep include an isolator for house battery?

2016 2500 159 high roof
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I Still have not got answer if isolator was included in factory battery prep in 2016 model. Did not find in threads.

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I guess no one knows. Do you have the Aux Battery Prep? If so you know more than us if not it may be irrelevant. You do need an battery isolator. I just use an old school solenoid which auto-switches when power is applied from the rear power outlet.
See: https://www.amazon.com/Stinger-SGP38.../dp/B001HC6UJ0
There are more expensive solutions but this is proven and they have been use in RVs for 50 years.

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