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Old 11-18-2019, 11:19 PM   #1
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Default VS30 Under Seat wiring Diagram F150/1, F150/4, F150/5, EK1 Goal Zero Yeti Charging

I made a couple diagrams that I think might help others...once I get this figured out I will make a final one.

First here is a quick ref for under the seat
What is under my seat2.jpg

Second here is the F150/1 labels. Guys have said to tap off there. Not super sure on these, but I think so. The open spot is #2, seems like a logical tap, but it isn't hot. Needs a bridge/jumper?
F150:1 diagram.jpg

Or could just screw on to top terminal of battery too?

Here is the F150/4. Read a lot about this location, just not any useful instruction. The Fuse Assignment Supplement 2018-11 does not appear to be accurate. I heard there is another one?I have a 2019 4x4 and this supplement was included in my stuff, but does not appear to match up. I just focused on 1-7 as I think this appears to be a logical place to tap. No idea what, if any fuses are attached? Why not tap in here? If so, where?

F150:4 diagram.jpg
F150:4 supp pg.jpg

For lower voltage...there is the EK1 also..
EK1.png

Im trying to achieve two things:
1. Tap the Goal Zero Yeti alternator charger
2. Tap for a fuse panel when GZ is not in van.

Thanks

Matt

Im in Minnesota, and have yet to find a knowledgeable pro within a days drive. For all of you that are in areas that have them, consider yourself lucky.
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Old 11-19-2019, 12:19 AM   #2
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Default Re: VS30 Under Seat wiring Diagram F150/1, F150/4, F150/5, EK1 Goal Zero Yeti Chargin

Thanks ... does the F150/1 stud (2) that you've attached "my cable" to attach to anything, or is it just embedded in the block's plastic?

...and probably a follow-on question is what/where does the "battery sensor (1)" stud go?

Are both of those just bus-barred to the battery +, simply out-of-sight?

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Old 11-19-2019, 02:48 AM   #3
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Default Re: VS30 Under Seat wiring Diagram F150/1, F150/4, F150/5, EK1 Goal Zero Yeti Chargin

Stud 2 & Stud 1 just appear to be embedded in the block plastic. Good question about simply out of sight. Curious to why some would be embedded and others connected through surface mounted plates?
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Studs imbedded in plastic are probably the provisions for the far end (down stream) of the Fuse termination. Install fuse and land cable lug here??

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