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RE: Water Damage - Is it worth restoring?

It may be worth fixing if you are doing the work yourself, don't mind a large project, and have a place to work on it. If you have to pay someone else to do it, it will cost thousands, so likely better to move on. Water damage is usually like an iceberg. You can only see a very small portion of the actual damage.
Krusty 04/01/21 10:28am Travel Trailers
RE: 2000 Fleetwood Bounder Are Dash Air Parts The Same?

Isn't the dash air In class A's add on equipment And Not from the chassis Mfg Do they use the stock Ford compressor and dryer ? I thought everything except maybe the compressor. Is add on from the rv builder not from chassis mfg The compressor and condenser are part of the Ford chassis. The dryer is attached to the condenser too. The body builder supplies the evaporator housing.
Krusty 03/24/21 03:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone making a reliable new truck now?

Sounds like someone is just making excuses to avoid replacing his truck ;) I sure haven't heard of any issues with the new 7.3. And I'm sure I would have.
Krusty 03/24/21 12:54pm Truck Campers
RE: 2000 Fleetwood Bounder Are Dash Air Parts The Same?

Look up parts for an F53 motorhome chassis. Dryer is completely different than an F550, which is a truck.
Krusty 03/23/21 12:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bed level of new trucks

Another reason trucks are higher now is they have bigger wheels that can accommodate bigger brakes.
Krusty 03/03/21 01:01pm Tow Vehicles
RE: OBD-i and OBD-ii did a '96-'97 F53 ever have diagnostic plug

It is made up of two connectors. The main one is about 2" x 1" and kind of shaped like a trapezoid. It will probably only have 3 of the connector pins used. The second connector is a one wire connector only. They are usually plugged into a black plastic holder that says EEC-IV on it.
Krusty 02/22/21 12:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: OBD-i and OBD-ii did a '96-'97 F53 ever have diagnostic plug

F53 wasn't OBDII until 1999 model year, which was first year of the V10. Your 460 is still EECIV and has a diagnostic connector under the hood
Krusty 02/22/21 12:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What Did I Do to Break My Generators???

Combustion chamber full of oil now? Pull a sparkplug and see if it will turn
Krusty 02/12/21 03:54pm Tech Issues
RE: Ac engine compressor

If it was only the pulley bearing that seized up, there should be no contamination of the system. If it was the actual compressor that seized up, there is likely contamination that will need to be flushed out
Krusty 02/01/21 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Check Engine Light...Going on 5 years & 20,000 miles...

PCV system typically has one tube that goes from the intake manifold to one valve cover, and another tube that goes from the air intake duct to the opposite valve cover. Just check any of these tubes for soft spots, holes or leaks. They are usually fairly obvious.
Krusty 01/27/21 12:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Check Engine Light...Going on 5 years & 20,000 miles...

You likely have an air leak or a vacuum leak. Inspect hoses and ducts carefully. Starting with your air filter housing. Make sure the two halves are locked together all the way around (NOTE: this is very difficult with a K&N air filter unless you take the housing out and assemble it on a bench). Any gap between the two halves will result in rough running, and Check engine Lamp. Also check the rubber grommet where the MAF sensor wiring comes out of the air filter housing. Make sure it is seated fully. If you have any rubber elbows or couplings in your PCV tube, make sure they are not deteriorated and loose.
Krusty 01/27/21 12:25pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Solved: Vibration while accelerating issue

Keep an eye on the coolant too. I have never seen a thermostat gasket leak. It is usually the intake manifold
Krusty 12/08/20 02:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Replacing 1972 16.5 Inch Rims Advice

I swapped the 235/85R16 tires on my F250 with 265/75R16 and they look much better
Krusty 11/25/20 08:02am Tow Vehicles
RE: How to cap an old roof antenna hole?

I had to do the same to mine recently. I made up a cover the same size and shape as the antenna base out of plexi-glass, attached it using the same screws to the original screw holes and sealed it with Dicor.
Krusty 11/06/20 12:13pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New E450 Chassis

6.2L has had dual spark plugs and spark plug wires since it's inception in 2010
Krusty 11/03/20 04:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Battery problem

You should get a battery charger and charge the battery up fully. Also, if the battery and charging system test good, perhaps there is something drawing the battery down overnight.
Krusty 11/03/20 02:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Tail light issues

Have you tried giving the socket a little squeeze so it holds the bulb a little tighter?
Krusty 10/22/20 12:48pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: RAWR Question?

Would be interesting to compare the diameter of axle tubes and the thickness of the material that they are composed of as well
Krusty 10/13/20 12:17pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2002 Lance 811 Rebuild - Update 09.30.2020- PROJECT COMPLETE

Congratulations! Looks awesome!
Krusty 09/30/20 01:06pm Truck Campers
RE: Moving on up... to the mountains!

Congrats! Looks awesome. Good luck with the move.
Krusty 09/24/20 12:31pm General RVing Issues
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