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I bought a generator that needs a starting battery. The number info they gave me for the battery is. 6DM14 (12V/14AH I can't find it anywhere. the search took me to a sight that had a battery with these ratings but it had F2 connectors. Where would I find the proper battery at a reasonable price? The information in the book said to use a 12 volt battery 9Ah. The battery can only be about 4.25" tall.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how many bolts hold Mitsubishi
there are only 10 head bolts on that engine. the 3 bolts your talking about, aren't bolts they are plugs and shouldn't be removed.
if your pulling the head with the intake manifold attached, make sure you removed the bolts from the support bracket under the intake manifold.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
u have a simple problem If uare not holding charge...... u have a leak some where man. did u install ne thing new? are thier different things applyed to the battery that could run it dead or not allow u to get the correct amount of ampigze.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
if you have the old batt just cut off the old plug on the batt and cut off the new plug just hook + to + and - to - with wire connectors and your done
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
You are correct. There is a fuse in the underhood fuse/relay compartment that powers up the pin. It is one of the larger fuses and should be labeled as "AUX". Also check that the power wire is connected to the AUX bolt terminal. They shipped from the factory disconnected and the cable was zip-tied to something below the fuse box.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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Typically, the 110 Volt will go into a power center which should include a small amp battery recharger. Your 12 volt lights should run off a 'house' battery which should be isolated from the truck battery, yet, the truck alternator should charge the "house" battery on the road. The device that allows this is called a Isolator. You may find a manual switch instead. You definitely don't want the house and truck battery to both run yourf coach with no recharge capability. Some systems have a 'emergency start" switch which allows you to use the house battery to start the engine. All 12 volt house stuff should run off the house battery and the battery should be recharged by the truck or the small battery charger. Do you have an evap frig? Runs on propane or electricity? It needs 12 volts whether it is running on gas or 110 Volts. The 12 volts runs the control panel and the heat to make it work is supplied by the gas or by a electric calrod if 110 is available.
I am pretty familiar with these electrical systems ... I seriously doubt you will find any information on your 20+ year old motor home. Typically, the printed specs and equipment and the data is obsolete before the ink is dry because the manufacturers use what is available as they build. If you have additional questions simply click on the "add comment" or the "reply" link and I will take a look-see.
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Posted on Sep 07, 2011
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