I have a 2010 Mountaineer. I have installed 3 solar panels 110W each. The charge controller is a Solar Boost 2000E by Blue Sky Energy. The batteries are Trojan Golf Cart. Trojan says the charge controller should be set at 14.8 volts to sufficiently charge the batteries. This last winter the system worked great. I was preparing to head out this year and have discovered that the water pump is damaged. The pump runs non stop, pressure switch does not seem to work, and the pump was covered with a very fine black powder. The fact sheet that came with the pump (Shurflo 4008) says that the proper voltage with the pump operating can be + or - 10%. This would make a window of 10.8 to 13.2 volts. My question is Would the pump be damaged if operated during the period the batteries are at full charge ie 14.8volts? Is it possible to get a voltage regulator? Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.