Autocruise Augusta battery info (1 Viewer)

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Sean r

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Hi all , I'm new to the forum, we have a 2007 Augusta which we have owned for two years,
Off grid recently the leisure electrics went out ,
Having located them under the floor in the lounge area , they are both AGM 85 and neither identified as leisure , when I removed each independently to bring back to charge at home both the electrics to the cab and the leisure had power ,
My question is that a normal configuration or should one of them be a leisure, is it normal that they both appear to provide power to either engine or habitation area,
Any advice/experience of the Augusta would be most welcome
Sean
 

Riverbankannie

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:hiya: , welcome
Looking at this older thread, it looks like the pair of batteries are just for habitation and not for the cab. Some info contained may help.
 
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Sean r

Sean r

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Hi
Thanks for your help
I did look at that thread,
But when I have looked under the bonnet I can't see the Van battery
 

Riverbankannie

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Van batteries can be under the driver’s seat or under the floor between the two cab seats.
Hopefully someone will be along soon who knows more.
 
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Sean r

Sean r

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Yea it looks like tha Van battery is under the floor passenger footwell
I realise there is difference in battery leisure/ normal vehicle
And the motorhome was spared no expense with the previous owners but I'm surprised the two batteries which now appear to be for the habitation don't identify as Leisure?

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