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RE: 2001 Itasca HORIZON 36LD 14,000 mIles

FireUp. Air dryer attention? I have a 2008 Journey Cummins 350. More info on servicing the air dryer?
ACDNate 10/04/18 05:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ceiling Flush Mount Puck Lights-Halogen to LED Bulbs

I got a 20 pack of the led replacements for around $15. They aren't quite as bright as the halogen but not significantly enough for most to notice. No flickering or any other issues.
ACDNate 10/01/18 02:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What is your average freeway/highway speed?

We're new to RV'ing and purchased a 30' 2007 model R-Vision trailer. It has been wonderful so far but we are also concerned about speed issues. At about 60 mph the trailer will sway considerably, despite our anti-sway hitch setup. I looked at the tires and they are only rated to 62 mph (ST205/75D-14, tandem axles). Since our highways here in New Mexico are 75 mph maximum speed limit, would it make sense to upgrade to a tire rated for a faster speed? Is this even possible? I haven't found anything that also doesn't increase tire radius (which may not be possible for our trailer). Thanks. You may need to work on your hitch setup some more. I had a weight distributing hitch setup with my 24' toy hauler, that really needed a 3/4 ton truck to pull. With my half ton after original setup I had some sway. After a few more adjustments on the hitch the sway went away completely, even up to 70mph. As far as my DP, i run +/- 5mph of speed limit trying to stay with the flow of traffic.
ACDNate 07/23/18 04:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Couple of Noob Questions on a Class A Gasser

Apparently i drive like a maniac. cummins dp run 70-75 depending on traffic. Average 8-9.5mpg
ACDNate 06/24/18 03:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Considering a Newmar All Star 3950

Mid Engine???
ACDNate 05/30/18 05:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Violent tire blow out messed up my rig

Have you contacted the manufacturer? 3 yr old tires shouldn't be having issues already.
ACDNate 05/09/18 05:21am Class A Motorhomes
Basement air cleaning

Took a look at the basement air filter on my unit. P.O. replaced it with a sheet of filter type material, ie not a filter.  In looking at the coils below the "filter" they are quite dirty. Can I use conventional coil cleaner on these from the air box side?  I presume there must be a condensation drain in the bottom of the unit on that side.
ACDNate 05/08/18 01:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is there a difference in Diesel Fuel?

I recently filled up at a Buc-ees (high volume) for $2.69/gallon while the Flying J almost across the street was $2.99. No difference, just Pilot / Flying J has become the highest priced fuel anywhere ever since the merger many years ago. When gassing up my truck at the Pilot I noticed gas prices same as stations down street but diesel was 35cents higher than stations down street.
ACDNate 04/24/18 04:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: rv sites besides rvtrader and craigslist?

rvt.com is another spot to look
ACDNate 04/24/18 04:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mystery wire

meter on ohms and one lead to wire and the other one to chassis ground. If its connected to a ground you will get a reading. If not it is not connected to ground. Thanks
ACDNate 04/22/18 11:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mystery wire

did you use the ohm side to ck the wire to ground? Not familiar with this. More details please?
ACDNate 04/22/18 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mystery wire

It doesn't appear to be an aftermarket add on. It's a large gauge wire, think battery cable. Also not everything is 100% I have an intermittent inverter/charger issues. Can't be certain the two are related. Any other testing methods to confirm the cable is a ground?
ACDNate 04/22/18 09:33am Class A Motorhomes
Mystery wire

2008 Winnebago Journey 39z I picked this motor home up a couple weeks ago now. Been going through everything making sure all is up to snuff. Bulbs, clean up etc Upon investigating the battery compartment I found a large gauge wire tucked behind the batteries. Wire is black but the terminal appears to be painted red. I broke out the multi-meter to see what's what. Taking the positive meter lead to the terminal of the mystery wire and grounding to chassis and battery ground I got no voltage. Taking the positive lead to the battery and negative lead to the terminal of the random wire shows 13ish volts. So my gut says this is a ground wire. Not sure why its not tied in. First instinct is to bolt it on to a ground terminal and go. But I don't want to screw something up. Any suggestions???
ACDNate 04/22/18 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12v power issue

Does your 12 volt DC actually have circuit breakers and not fuses? For the coach all 12v push button circuit breakers. The chasis does have some traditional fuses.
ACDNate 04/14/18 04:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12v power issue

Our Tiffin has had that happen quite a few times ... check the inverter breakers, when we loose the 12 volt power from the bath forward on the passenger side..that has always been the cause. Oddly enough, resetting the inverter/converter breaker turned things back on. Is this a sign of the inverter/converter going bad?
ACDNate 04/14/18 03:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12v power issue

What I found odd is that half the 12v works. So this solenoid will have 2 outputs?
ACDNate 04/14/18 02:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12v power issue

That was my first inclination. My gut says a solenoid isn't activating. That theory would indicate the system is split though since I do have some 12v working.
ACDNate 04/14/18 02:15pm Class A Motorhomes
12v power issue

2008 Winnebago Journey 39z. New issue presented itself today. Randomly half of the 12v powered items in the coach have no power. Everything working one moment. Was out of the coach for 20min and when I went back in half not working. I've got 12v power to stereo's, awnings, some lights. I don't have 12v power to main lights, control panel that shows power status, tank levels. I do have power to thermostat (assuming it uses a 12v power supply for something), the water pump powers. Checked all 12v breakers, house and chassis. None tripped 110v power good weather on shore power or generator. Buddy who's had similar issues before said there's a solenoid that dispenses 12v power to the coach that can stick. He recommended turning on generator and then off to work the transfer switch and activate the solenoid. Did that a couple times and 12v power came back. 40 min later I lost half 12v power again. Tried turning off house batteries with switch at door. This turned off the remaining 12v items on. Turned back on after a short time and still have only half 12v power. Are there more than 1 solenoids that control 12v power? I notice there are 2 button breakers for 12v power to the inside 12v panel. Any suggestions what else to look at? Thanks, Nate
ACDNate 04/14/18 01:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble shooting and other questions from a newbie

Make sure the buttons are working too as I've seen several flimsy ones. Continuity with a meter should do. Any testing method you can share? These are the first 12v breaker buttons I've ever encountered
ACDNate 04/12/18 08:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble shooting and other questions from a newbie

Very helpful. RE#2 If you get a chance can you snap a pic of what your bulbs look like? It's the ceiling lights that look like this with the trim on. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Jg6xTbjN0ztBGBdHmGWprJhoQ43NTomcb_7FjT1jkbeJxAu8evjB-Y3pE5QRyTGN_dhWRdOl-oZCSwQRD6AZRfKMNZMsHpUFctt_B-KMHdV_jo2a3GTPq2J8GlSOuRvTzJpbFTav5j-ut2OZ3NVBEknHLbM3cYYHHHrA-AqqNCB6mda9V1deJmNqoVRG1OZKHw28fSbtRhiVuG6OLR9pa9Pp-rnp2YaCYWSPfayWd6mdc0rZV3kazUY_loz2lSwtt9736ynvip1Y9Tk3_BIJfbcnzSmn6SdIWdUPyf9FgClxgRzO0jxaiM7g2JxtRrKaoQfm3fPvmmy3UoGsCvVoGwto8qD9f28I1Z3W-ipWwd6cqW5HKq2uJGUqqFD1yp3CT3y_fnfwmAgVutmjMihUeJzDWuYV8ffN_PgDmRlWybT9ilS5Kow22gS_rTAa33JMwRTru4jpQjNlDRdWGs5U1Tmz5eR61MJkQShdZ7V0jvaHCxxGhIOqrskLNu3_Vds3wq0nkXXzRmHTgfC5dM_QiR1u-_HotVFM5YgSYBuFU8ur4muiVMsG1vUwQcDYsWfN32lpzvaVLE8RFqF2aFo7arlKbO3-8y70lhd5IDg=w987-h658-no
ACDNate 04/12/18 08:20pm Class A Motorhomes
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