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Old 06-15-2016, 09:02 PM   #11
Join Date: Jun 2016
Location: South Portland, ME, USA
Posts: 28
Year: 1990
Coachwork: Thomas
Chassis: Chevy P-30
Engine: Chevy 454 Big Block
Troubleshoot your door first to find out what you are dealing with. Trying starting the bus with it locked, unlocked, the door open, etc. Do this also while running, while in P, N, and Drive. My bus came with a vary mess electrical schematic complete with 2 hand written updates of additions and corrections. I was able to dismantle the alarm as well as make sure that there were no phantom loads draining my battery. Disabling the alarm maybe save you some headaches with the noise, but power may still be loading even if the ringer isn't tripped. I think I just removed the circuit completely and replaced that outlet on the breaker with something else, a DC outlet probably. If something else is leeching the battery, it could take a while to find it, but the emergency exit is a good place to start, with it being attached to lights, relays, and the alarm system, something can be easily overlooked. I hope that helps, good luck!
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