Ray Chez: You make some interesting comparisons but missed on the HP used. A rear rad usually runs constantly. No variable speed. Thus it is using HP all he time. A side rad only draws HP when the fan is running. And the fan speed is variable.
Not entirely true. This would be the case for older coaches. But starting around 2008 Cummins started using electric fan clutches on all their rear radiator models. ISB, ISC, & ISL. I have also seen some late Cat C7's with fan clutches.
sounds like the shear pin has brokenthanks!
Any idea what the part number is or a diagram of how this goes together. I'm pretty sure that Fleetwood used the same assembly in all their Diesels from 2005-2008 Discovery,Excursion, Providence, Expedition & Bounder.
Need help with our bedroom slide. No issues for 8 years. Last few nights on this trip no problem either.
Now we just arrived at our destination for tonight and tried to put our slides. The front 2 work fine, the bedroom won't go out. I hear clicking. So I take the bed apart so I can see the motor. the motor shaft and manual crank nut is turning, but the gear that moves the slide track is not. There is a shaft that connects the two that is in place but "may" have shifted. It's hard to see and I don't know exactly how these work.
Anyone dealt with this before or familiar with my vintage Fleetwoods?