I have a 06 Honda CRV, want to save the battery from going down while towing. I have installed the by-pass fuse switch and looking for the fuse location and #. Has anybody done this on their Honda CRV 06. I tried my local Honda dealership and they could not help. I have hear fuse #7 and or 34 but do not know for sure.
Now I understand, by bypassing the fuse, the power to the radio display and accessories are turned OFF when the switch is activated.
Can anybody help?
Hello Scott, José here hope you are doing fine. About the antenna one of my Rving friends recently replaced his antenna, he had a shop install a Jack permanent mount circular model, it works great, the set up comes with a built in frequency monitor inside the ceiling mount and you will rotate a knob from the inside to get the best reception, what I like the best is it sits only about 10-12" high, so nothing to crackup and no worries about the tree branches. Do not have the model but could get it if interested. Take care bud
Hello Scott, how are you doing buddy? Well, after towing an 02 and 06 CRV for about 6 years and not having any troubles, it finally happen on my last trip, my battery was week when we got home from California, so I figure why not, something to do, got nothing but time.
I have Ready Brake (surge brakes)so when the surge brake activate the brake pedal it turns the CRV brake lights ON so I did installed an isolation switch for IN TOW and DRIVE conditions,on both of the CRVs, I figure I would incorporate the fuse issue on the same switch and both circuits would work together, Just fur fun I tell you, Ha ha
Trying to install a bypass switch on the radio/accessories fuse circuit on my 06 CRV, I pulled the fuse #8(7.5 amp)on the fuse panel (per car instructions), the problem is that when I pulled the fuse, the radio still plays and when I turn it OFF the dial still stays lit, I set the key and set the trany on Drive and nothing happens. Has any body worked on a 06 CRV and got it right? I do not want to start removing other fuses, may create a problem I do not have. Help would be appreciated.
04 HR vacationer, Workhorse chassi 8.1 gas. Power steering pump has a groan/whining sound when engine running, sound very noticeable and it gets louder when turning steering wheel either way on increasing rpm. The power steering pump was diagnosed as going out and need replaced. Pump, serpentine belt, and belt idler were replaced, system was flushed and new fluid replaced. The sound still persist no improvement. All rotating equipment on the serpentine belt loop do not seam to affect the condition. Coach still in shop, last I heard, they were trying to contact Workhorse for tech support. Any body has had some experience this condition, would appreciate advice. Thanks!
First time out that far North West. Would love to visit Yellowstone National Park, with a stop in Jackson Hole WY, interested on recommendations where to go and what to visit, also RV parking, traveling on a HR Vacationer 36 footer, would be leaving from Denver CO.
Thanks my friends!! What great information you guys provided, we will be doing our homework, since there are three of us going, we got some planning to do. Houston Tx to Branson MO, about a 12 hour drive probably do one stop some where on the way up there.
Have a great day and happy Rving!
We are making plans to visit Branson Mo 3rd week of June for a week, looking for a good RV park, I did check for RV parks but anything close to town are smaller parks and kind of crowded. Would appreciate the help.
Very little air flow on the floor air ducks, harley feel the air flow back in the bedroom, even closing some of the vents don't help. Any ideas how to improve the flow, I have checked for obstructions but can not see into the ducks and the actual ducks do not seam to be that big.
I did this project a while back, it worked great.
Can somebody help, I can not make my pictures show.
Thanks for all that info, it will come in handy. There is an RV park, Trade winds I belive is the name, but it's membership only. It looks good, right off I-55 and I-80. Any body stayed there?
Happy Rving Friends!
Traveling this June-July to the Chicago area, (could not find any RV parking in the Chicago area) with a scheduled stop in Hot Springs AK, also visiting Indiana and Lake Michigan on the east coast of it. Any recommendations for RV parking, Thanks!
Yes! need to check it out on the bench, I purchased a 9"monitor wired form Tadi brothers, I checked it before installing it and once connected the picture on the monitor is snowy,I contacted Tadi brothers for tech support and they keep telling me it has a bad connection and it is creating interference I changed the power source to different circuits. Still have the problem, I will try to returned it today either get it replaced or get rid of it. Not happy at all, lots of work done and not happy at all.
Recently purchased 04 Holiday Rambler Vacationer, old carped had been replaced with wood flooring last year, the problem is that the main slide out is scratching the wood floor, there is a spot in the slide motion where the slide comes down and touches the floor probably about 4 inches of travel then it goes up and clears the floor. I have tried placing a small rug under the slide out at the place where it makes contact with the floor, it does clear the floor. My question is, is there a way I could raise the nylon plate under the slide out that serves as the guide for the in/out travel motion. If I could gain about 1/4 of an inch, it should resolve the problem. It's a darn shame to ruin the wood flooring. Would appreciate your help and advice.
Hello everybody, I had no idea the can of worms (Oil) that I was going to open, I was convince by page #3 that I needed to change to Synthetic oil. I have check the oil on my engine and it has a dark color but also some slush, I do have about 4K miles on this oil, so on my next oil change which will be soon, I will do the upgrade.
Thanks a lot to everybody for participating on this post.
Recently purchased an 04 Holiday Rambler Vacationer, 8.1 Workhorse Vortex gas job, the previous owner used regular oil and it has 63K miles. My concern, would there be any possible problems changing to synthetic oil. I used synthetic oil on my previous coach same power train I upgraded to synthetic after 20k miles, No problems. Would appreciate your advice or experience. Thanks have a great day.