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Old 12-14-2019, 03:03 PM   #1
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Seneca Kodiak Chassis Battery Access

I have a new to me 2010 Seneca 36FK and it has an afermarket Stereo in the cab which got left on for two weeks and ruined my chassis batteries. I have checked all the manuals and searched the forum but can't find any info on how to access the chassis batteries. I see them under the passenger side behind the step and it looks like it slides out but I can't see a release any where. Do I have to remove the step to access the batteries?
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Do I have to remove the step to access the batteries?
There is a bolt on the front and possibly back side (can't remember exactly) and the step pulls out with the batteries.
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Thanks for the help. I did see a bolt on the front and back when I looked this tonight. I will give that a try in the morning. So far the House batteries have been working to start the engine. I drove 841 miles today and didn't shut down until I pulled into an RV park at Midnight.
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That's a nice looking rig...
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