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RE: Radiator heater hose to hot water tank?

Have in my 1976 FMC. Awesome. It's a great high end unit. :) Love that coach!
crasster 10/18/16 06:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison Tranny Oil

2004 and prior W22 chassis came with Dexron iii. 2005 and up came with Transynd. Do NOT use Dexron 6. If you are doing it yourself you need to drain the transmission into a bucket that has quart markings on the side. Refill with exactly that amount. It will usually be about 11 quarts. Drive the coach 15 to 20 miles and then drain the transmission again and refill. That is what Allison recommends for a complete change. Allison says do NOT do a pressure flush. You need to replace the spin-on filter. There is a magnet at the base of it that needs to go on the new filter. I suggest using Transynd if it doesn't already have it. I've changed my transmission fluid four times now over the past 12 years/80,000 miles. It's a easy as changing your engine oil and filter. This is great advice. ALWAYS do what the mfg states when it comes to transmissions. Many people have learned the hard way with their dodge vehicles that ATF +3 is not Dextron 3. Be sure to use the exact fluid and procedure.
crasster 10/18/16 06:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: "New" maintainence item for Onan Quiet Diesel

remember to not have your face or especially eyes below this bolt. The soot comes out and drops into your eyes. X2, I'd use a mini-vac with a pointy end. Unbolt with one hand vac with the other to avoid a soot filled eyewash. :)
crasster 10/18/16 06:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heater makes clicking noise when blower shuts off

Sounds like igniter is firing.......which means DC is still going to circuit board when it should not be there. Turning local ON/OFF---CB OFF drops the DC out. Only way DC can get to Circuit Board is via Sail Switch and limit switch circuit. Limit switch is always closed (unless high temp) Sail switch should only close when fan runs and open when fan stops. Stuck sail switch. It is right by that on/off--cb Small micro switch with a 'paddle' that still into fan blower chamber Next time you hear the clicking...check if paddle is still 'up' (switch closed) Move paddle down (switch open) should stop clicking noise IF so........then replace sail switch (can try cleaning) X2, Sail Switches cause numerous "failures" in several circuits. The common problem is just as the op stated, "clicking".
crasster 10/17/16 03:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: rear and side camera problem

Are the cameras wired or wireless?
crasster 10/17/16 03:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thor Gemini w/Ford 5 cyl. diesel

There's a ton of vehicles not offered in America that I would love to have. One is the Toyota Hiace van. Those low cyl diesels get great MPG and are excellent to tug along a lot of weight.
crasster 10/17/16 02:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago Vista LX 27n - Buying Questions

Definitely watch out for the slide problem. Slides are a huge part of the coach and it would probably bother you a lot with failure.
crasster 10/17/16 02:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: residential refrigerator

For my family, we will NEVER look at an RV fridge again once going residential/dorm in all 3 of our coaches.
crasster 10/14/16 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Just wondering....

They tend to wander way way less. My Toyota feels like I'm driving a truck. :)
crasster 10/14/16 02:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: shower tub puzzle

Look all over the door frame. If anything is out of square, it will throw the door off crooked.
crasster 10/14/16 02:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ignition switch problem

Absolutely a ground issue.... Almost 100% sure.
crasster 10/14/16 02:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Here I go again...

I think the first question to be answered is...are the jacks really coming down or is it an "indicator" issue only? Once you answer that question you can proceed. x2, this is important. Are they coming down at all?
crasster 10/14/16 02:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: He doesn't care about us

I guess I read what he said differently than the OP. I do think he cares.
crasster 10/12/16 01:28pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Parking Motorhome on limestone/gravel

I don't think it's a big deal but you could always just get a long 2x16 board, cut it up into 3 foot sections and place one behind each tire & back up on them if it really bothers you.
crasster 10/12/16 01:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ever Replace a Toilet in an RV

I think the job was easy especially with an exact replacement. May be easier than a home toilet.
crasster 10/12/16 01:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Purchase new motorhome

After working in the RV field and am a current owner of 3 RV's, including an A bounder, I will state on a personal level I don't care about luxury. Some people like gold trim and luxury all through, but I've always thought it was awkward seeing that and mountains in the background. Entegra is a very good coach - especially if your type of RV use is to go to luxury RV resorts. Boondocking in national forests.... I'd stick to more "budget RV's". If the OP wants to just have a fancy coach to go around in and not hit any offroads, Entegras are great.
crasster 10/12/16 01:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cover

I've really not had the best luck with any type of "budget covers". The only covers I have found that are "worth it" start getting towards the price of a carport. But if you are storing on a lot or just want a cover, I'd go with the post above for California covers.
crasster 10/12/16 01:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safari Serengeti

The trans is good, I know that much. Overall they are supposed to be pretty good coaches. The age of course as you mentioned will be the main thing you need to consider. Also tire age.
crasster 10/12/16 01:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: proper glue for installing vinyl flooring tiles in RV

X2 on the vinyl plank flooring. Great stuff for RV's, gap is negligible, and don't even have to worry about glue if it's the type that interlocks.
crasster 09/15/16 03:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Windshield has a gap

I would call another place that services auto glass. Obviously some type of adhesive is failing - or the mount itself.
crasster 09/15/16 03:10pm Class A Motorhomes
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