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Old 08-14-2017, 02:17 PM   #11
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To followup, spoke with ASA expert tech today on another issue and brought this topic up too. It is normal for the generator to prime when 12V is cut and no plans to change this. It basically thinks the battery is about drained and primes for you so could attempt to start generator. Do not let your dealer re-wire the battery connection to the cutoff as ASA says this is NOT what they recommend. Best solution if this is annoying is to power down the DC before shutting the main 12V disconnect off to prevent it from being confused.
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Old 05-16-2018, 07:41 AM   #12
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To followup, spoke with ASA expert tech today on another issue and brought this topic up too. It is normal for the generator to prime when 12V is cut and no plans to change this. It basically thinks the battery is about drained and primes for you so could attempt to start generator. Do not let your dealer re-wire the battery connection to the cutoff as ASA says this is NOT what they recommend. Best solution if this is annoying is to power down the DC before shutting the main 12V disconnect off to prevent it from being confused.
I have this same thing on 2016 Raptor. When the battery switch is turned off, the Genny prime comes on. Couple questions. When you say DC, are you referring to Direct Current or the In Command module. If direct current is referred to, you are talking about removing battery leads correct? If that's the case there is no need to turn off the battery switch. If you are referring something other for "DC" please explain. I would like to stop this priming pump from running so long to save wear and tear. Also where did you get ahold of an ASA tech for the answer? Everytime we call Keystone we can only get ahold of whoever answers the phone. They say no tech is available and incorrectly tries to diagnose the problem. Also on the first response from the tech...he said dismiss the overprim fault but you won't get that if the battery is off?? Thanks for any info.
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Old 05-16-2018, 08:15 AM   #13
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The DC I am referring to is the Display Commander ... this is the ASA In Command technical term for the LCD display for example when downloading new firmware for it vs. the BCM which is Body Control Module which is the relay panel for the In Command and has its own firmware.

Just power off the In Command LCD panel before turning off your 12V disconnect switch and the annoying priming should not happen.

Work directly with ASA ... Keystone and dealerships (unless find one of the few good techs) is useless:
http://www.asaelectronics.com/incommand-support
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