the dealership where we bought our MH has gone out of business. Can anyone refer us to MH friendly shop for service in the Atlanta area? We need new tires, balance, front end alignment and muffler repairs.
We have a '07 Winnebago Class A, Workhorse chassis, 38'
We have a Winn 2007 Voyage on a Workhorse chassis. I'm trying to trouble shoot the tow vehicle's left brake light. The MH brake lights work properly and all other tow lights work properly. The bulb is good. I ohmed out the cable, it is good. Best I can tell there's only one fuse, the "LH Tail", to check, it is good. Assume this one fuse operates both the MH and tow together, right? No fuses are labeled MH tail or tow tail. Just "LH tail" and "RH tail". The fuses I find are all good.
My question is:
Are there separate fuses or breakers for the tow cable lights? If yes, where are they located?
Wow, thanks for all the responses, I posted this inquiry...
So the consensus is I will use Dextron III, found out from a reply above that apparently they don't make II any more, silly me... and I know it has red dye in it, that's ok for me.
The reason I need to add some fluid is one of the hose fittings leaks at the hose manifold next to the pump. Just a few drips per use, not continuously, not when camping nor when in storage. Decided it would be easier to just add fluid once a year than tear it all apart, new hoses, etc to get the one fitting to seal perfectly.
The fitting is really tough to get to because seems like ~18 or more lines (memory is bad...) all thread into a single hose manifold in a grid pattern roughly 3 rows high and 6 columns across, each hose about 1" apart. The valves are on the opposite side of the manifold. The fitting leaks at the threaded joint, not the crimp on the hose. I've tried to tighten the best I could, I even got a right-angle crow's foot adaptor for my socket set and ground it down to fit in the tight spacing, but it still drips, argh. All I can assume is when originally assembled that they started on one side and worked their way across the manifold with an open ended torque wrench. It would be impossible to torque them properly otherwise. And of course the fitting that is leaking is one nested inbetween others.
My slide has to be out to access the fluid reservoir and I agree I beleive it recirculates the slide fluid back to the reservoir. I will, however, make sure to have all my jacks up when filling! :-)
I appreciate everyone's help, many thanks again...
We have a gas front engine Winn 07 Voyage 38J, on the Work Horse chassis.
Last weekend we returned from a camping trip, it was raining on the way back so we were using our windeshield wipers. Problem is it stopped raining but when I turned off the wipers they just kept running. I fiddled with the control handle (wiper is integrated in turn signal arm with cruise control too...) for a loose connection with no luck. I pulled over and turned off the engine. But when I started up they came back on. No matter what I tried I could not get them to stop. They ran all the way back home. I checked them 2 days later and NOW they are off like they are supposed to be.
Has anyone encountered this? Any suggestions? Not sure where to start checking....
Thanks in advance, appreciate your feedback...