Hi. I've had a quick look at FAQ's but I can't find quite the right answer. I've just fitted a split charger relay to my camper, and I'm confused! The wiring diagram showed one wire to the main battery, one to the leisure battery, one to the coil and one to earth. But after running the 12v fridge for a day off the leisure battery it killed it (the leisure battery that is). I thought that driving the van would charge it up again but it didn't! Someone told me that it should not be wired to the coil but wired to the alternator (which makes sense). I'm just suprised that the supplier of my split charger could be so wrong. I've had a look on your wiring diagram but that seems to talk about going to both the coil and the alternator. Could you please advise me as I want to rip it all out and throw it in the bin!! Make: VW Model: Camper Year: 1976 Conversion: Westfalia Body: Std. Van Body with MH Conversion Brakes: My Vehicle Has NO ABS Brakes Springs: I'm Not Sure What My Rear Springs Are
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Can it be done to htis model?
I hope that I have given you enogh information to advise.
Model: Ducato 2.8 jtd
Conversion: Burstner i 690
Body: Coach Build
Brakes: Yes My Vehicle Has ABS Brakes
Springs: I'm Not Sure What My Rear Springs Are
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