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RE: Can’t remove AC cover for maintenance

just cut the screw head off.
MountainAir05 11/28/22 02:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford V10

1999 and the only issue was Coil on plugs and a mouse family.
MountainAir05 11/24/22 08:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coachmen Santara m-351 diesel pusher air bags

post the chassis make and model, year and we might be able to help you. here are a few . etrailer another one Firestone
MountainAir05 11/16/22 09:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to Best Run New Coax on Roof ??

Seems like we replied to this a few weeks back. Take it you did not want to pull inside. Did you check just below the roof line where the antenna is installed. As stated almost always a connector there so only a few feet to add. Not a lot to pull on the roof. Point A to B, glue, tape and drill a new hole and seal. This might help you. Ideal Correct, I had a post a few weeks back. Wasn't a matter of not wanting too, I can't. The Winnebago motor home has solid styrofoam in the roof. There is no air space. They cut out channels for the wiring harness and air vents prior to being laminated together. This makes it impossible to pull any wiring thru after lamination. I did check just below the roof line at the antenna mount. I did not find any coax connection. I also checked with Winn Tech support. They said Winn runs a continuous line from the antenna head, down the crank up lift arm, into the roof, down the 20 ft length of roof to the electrical closet. So there is no connection under the antenna mount. The closest connection is in the electrical closet. Thanks though.... Some we can some we can't. You try a splice by chance.
MountainAir05 11/05/22 05:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to Best Run New Coax on Roof ??

Seems like we replied to this a few weeks back. Take it you did not want to pull inside. Did you check just below the roof line where the antenna is installed. As stated almost always a connector there so only a few feet to add. Not a lot to pull on the roof. Point A to B, glue, tape and drill a new hole and seal. This might help you. Ideal
MountainAir05 11/05/22 11:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wire kit fir tow

Here is the manual, best to read your self. https://my.gm.ca/chevrolet/en/content/dam/gmownercenter/gmna/GMCC/dynamic/2011/chevrolet/silverado/en/2011_Chevrolet_Silverado_Manual_en_CA.pdf manual
MountainAir05 10/31/22 08:46am Dinghy Towing
RE: Hwh 200 leveling pump stuck on

https://www.hwhcorp.com/ml23934.pdf Ref 6e thru 8. Sound like the relay.
MountainAir05 10/23/22 03:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Has Anyone Pulled New Coax in Roof?

Done it many times. Just pull the vents, lights from the ceiling and you will have holes. I use a fishing pole , something used to pull wiring. will give you a link at the end if you don't know what they are. Don't worried if zip tied. You are running new. If tied it stays. They also make a fish tape If you can't reach the spot on the ceiling by hand from inside then start off the roof. Just tape what you are pulling or use a string and connect to the rod. On the wall you go up thru the outlet you are using with the pole with a string with a loop. Once it in the ceiling use another pole and go from the ceiling to the pole you have sticking up from the wall with the string and using the hook end on the ceiling pole grab the string and pull it to you. Then tie the string on the cable and gentle pull the string from the wall down and you cable should come with. When I use string, I wrap it a couple turns of tape to help secure it to the pole. Should be some video so you get the ideal. Pole
MountainAir05 10/23/22 08:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2009 Damon Avanti No power ?

Check your cable for reverse, or a small one left off. It can happen. Battery has already been stated. Does the gen work. Master power switch if you have one. With meter check from pos post on battery to a chassis ground any place you have metal.
MountainAir05 10/05/22 01:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1995 CHEVROLET P30 CHASS STEERING ISSUE

This is a list of things that can cause what you have. I am sure there are others to be add to it. Something has a loose joint, you just have to find it. Good luck or go find a good front end shop that knows the P30. Front Track Bar Ball Joints Drag Link/Tie Rod Ends Upper Control Arms Lower Control Arms Suspension Bushings Steering Stabilizer Steering Knuckles
MountainAir05 10/04/22 03:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class ‘A’ motor homes FORD chassis.

As stated the RV is still in warranty if it had a 3 year warrant. either way call 800-444-3311 and talk to Ford.
MountainAir05 09/28/22 11:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seat switch

Tom, try this place. I had one go out and had to upgrade to the newer switch. Switches try this one also
MountainAir05 09/23/22 07:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold on Inverter

what is your concern. You are almost double what you need so all you can do is try it.
MountainAir05 09/22/22 07:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1997 Chev P30 Dolphin motorhome fuel pump relay switch

This is for relay 15528707 go down to reply 18 and see if is the one you have. https://www.classicwinnebagos.com/forum/index.php?topic=8795.0
MountainAir05 09/21/22 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: NO GENERATOR POWER - FIXED

For the switch look in the compartment where the power cord is. The couch end power wire is wired into it.
MountainAir05 09/19/22 04:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Storage of Fresh Water - How Long

Same here , all tanks empty and cleaned after every trip. We do carry bottle water to cook and drink. Got sick once on a trip from the water and that is not a good thing when traveling. Can't help you your on your filter.
MountainAir05 09/13/22 08:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Require a new driver's side wiper pivot mechanism

just one of many. wiper parts #2
MountainAir05 09/12/22 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Require a new driver's side wiper pivot mechanism

Double Post. Please remove. Thanks
MountainAir05 09/12/22 02:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Front grill filter

I grew up in the South Alabama, North Florida and we have Lovebugs and the only way to stop from replacing your radiator and anything else is put a bug screen in front of the radiator. All it is window screen with a band around it with mounting rings. Our vehicle do not over heat. This is replace as needed when they fill up with the bugs. If you do not wash the vehicle everyday then you will have no paint in one season. I now live out West and use the screen on all my vehicles to keep out the bug and flying things. We get up to 110 last year and non of our vehicles overheat. We must be lucky. Been doing it for over 50 years.
MountainAir05 09/10/22 11:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Repair Price

if only a leak then parts and labor. Do not need to flush unless the compressor blew up. Seems high to me.
MountainAir05 09/08/22 01:52pm Class A Motorhomes
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