I've not had house power for some time not that i need it, its in the driveway waiting for paper work. But i have to fix it sooner than later.
My research has been extensive. Usually intermingled with threads on the Aux power boost (starting boost) switch that works fine. I can hear the relay click in (I know the contacts may be bad but ...)
House battery's are just under 14v (if my meter is accurate).
Chassis battery the same.
I found the relays, tested the switch and determined that i don't have power to the relay. I'm thinking there is a fuse on this system somewhere but i cant find one.
The rocker switch switches the polarity of wires LG and LH to toggle the relay.
Ground comes from KF.
That means that the power (+) has to be KKF. In the book it says it is for the battery disconnect relay. Not much help there.
I did find a a note under one of the drawings of the solenoid that says
relay Battery disconnect
Fuse 5 amp
But this is as close to french as it can get. Other than the English part.
Could someone interpret this to tell me where the 5 amp fuse might be? Or if the last part isn't a location, tell me where the fuse might be?
I've also looked through the Ford Chassis book at the fuses. None of the listings sound like the disconnect relay.
Thanks in advance.