Question about Sport & Outdoor - Others
The next time you have the motor home out and about, stop at an autoparts store and have them test the alternator output. There could be a faulty voltage regulator causing the problem or you could have a bad engine ground. Follow the negative battery cable down to where it is grounded on the engine and make sure that it is clean and tight. Check the insulation on the cable for broken or melted insulation. Also check the condition of the wires that go to and from the alternator for any signs of damage or shorting out. Hope this helped and best wishes.
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