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If you’re running a second battery, I’d highly recommend getting this. You want to hear it, here it goes. This is a smart battery isolator, charger, and jump starter all rolled into 1 palm-sized device.
Where is Battery Isolator Controller? - Thor Forums
May 03, 2018On my 2005 Four Winds, the battery isolator solenoid is located under a panel, behind the charger/fuse panel. This despite the Owner's Manual stating it is underneath the hood.
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Relays generally have 4 pins (marked 85, 86, 30, 87) or 5 pins (85, 86, 30, 87, 87a). For most automotive relays, pins 85 and 86 are the coil circuit (and takes 12 Volts to activate the 'switch' - assuming a 12V rated relay, of course!).