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RE: Cable TV vs. Antenna

The Live TV input shares OTA and cable signals. There should be a switch somewhere to change between the 2. When you start with OTA, the signal scan will populate those channels. When you switch to cable, you have to rescan to populate with cable channels. Some TVs remember both, but you can't get both at the same time.
CC38EL 10/05/21 08:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mirada Select Steering

I also recommend the alignment and the check out of the SafTSteer. Also, your tire pressures seem high for your 22k chassis. I would also recommend weighing your coach so you know your axle weights under load. You may find that you can lower your tire pressure to still carry the load safely, but also more comfortably. Here's the load inflation table from Michelin for your tires. I think you have the same chassis as I do. https://www.michelinrvtires.com/reference-materials/load-and-inflation-tables/#/
CC38EL 08/15/21 09:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing Chevy Silverado

Not knowing which Silverado I assume that the key in ignition is to unlock the steering wheel. Your Tahoe, like my SRX doesn't have an interlock. There may also be a way to put a cigarette outlet right off the battery to power your braking system. I did one inside the engine compartment, then ran my power cord out the door, then under the hood.
CC38EL 06/08/21 12:44pm Dinghy Towing
RE: low coolant / add water?

Gas or diesel? If gasser, I would wait and see how the level looked after it warms up. If low and no coolant to add, I would put in distilled water...but only just enough till I get the right coolant to put in. If diesel, I would wait till I started it next time and then see what the level does. If still low but visible in the overflow tank, I would wait till I had the correct antifreeze as the engine require special coolant. Most diesels have over 10 gal of coolant...most gassers, just 6-7 gal and you can get that anywhere.
CC38EL 12/14/20 09:49pm Class A Motorhomes
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