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Old 06-22-2012, 02:25 PM
pucknut pucknut is offline
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Default Warrior on board charger?

Looking for help with my on board charger. Bought the boat used never had the charger hooked up no manual or instructions. It is a 97 warrior and it looks as though the charger was factory installed, I donít know however? Do not know the manufacturer either, it is black in color with red lettering. I run a 24 volt trolling motor jumped at the marinco plug. Correct me if I am wrong but I want to set it up as a 12 volt charge? There is a switch on the charger, 12 or 24? It has 3 sets of battery leads main, aux one, and aux two. Correct me if I am wrong but main goes to the cranking bat, aux one goes to troll one aux two goes to troll two. My question is out of the same grommet as the aux one is an additional red wire? Where does this go? It is not the ignition wire as that is separate and I should note there is no such wire coming out of the aux two grommet on the charger?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
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Old 06-22-2012, 03:13 PM
Burr Burr is offline
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Can't help you on the red wire. But each of the leads should go to a specific battery, and set the charger to 12 volt.

It does not matter which lead goes to which battery, but I'll suggest you somehow identify which lead is running to which battery by doing something like using a permanent marker by the battery and writing Aux 1, Aux2, Main. That way if you have one of your 3 banks that is throwing an error when asked to charge, you know exactly which battery it is immediately.

Not certain about the red wire. It almost sounds like a combiner, which has an extra wire like that to splice into a line that is powered when the big motor's alternator is running to use the big motor to charge all batteries.

You do have an electrical plug in right? It's an onboard that you plug into the wall? If not, I'd say you have a 3 bank combiner that allows you to charge all batteries with the main motor...
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Old 06-22-2012, 03:23 PM
pucknut pucknut is offline
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Yes it does have the house current plug.

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