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Old 11-24-2019, 06:51 PM   #1
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Vista 35F battery switch/charging problems

I have a 2012 Vista 35f and had charging/drain problems for the last year. I also put the battery disconnect switches on the battery. The rig died on me last week and I got off my duff and started troubleshooting. Turned out both of the factory disconnect relays Had lots of corrosion inside of them. They are not hermetically sealed and on one relay it would not change state and the other one had a high resistance on the contacts from corrosion. I replaced both relays coated all connections with DeOxIT and they work perfectly now. I also cleaned and doxit coated batteries, chassis ground point and the power junction on the frame under the passengers area.All works great now.
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