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Champion built motorhomes from the early 1970s until the mid-1980s. While Dodge powertrains supplied the momentum for Champion Class A motorhomes through the 1970s, the Class C between 16 and 22 feet were powered on General Motors chassis frames. 1986 was the final year of Champion motorhome production.
It will be nearly impossible to find a chassis wiring diagram for a vintage orphan RV. Perhaps an online enthusiast forum or keep an eye on eBay.
Is it only when a load is on the unit? I am assuming the voltage output os correct and the HVAC is working properly on shore power and does not have a locked compressor. If it does there is too much demand on the generator and it cannot govern, if the HVAC and ouplut voltages are all good, make sure you have the right weight oil and level in. It sounds like a governor issue, or the engine is mechanically not provifing enough HP. More than likely a governor issue
Short answer is no. The VIN number is usually on a small plate attached to main chassis, often on the side of the bike. The Chassis number is usually found stamped/etched into the chassis on or around the steering pipe (the forward most point of the actual chassis frame). This can be hard to see but it should be there. The Engine number is often found stamped/etched into the top of the bottom end of the engine, Sometimes near the oil cap.