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RE: Interior adhesive

Flex Glue also. JB Weld
MountainAir05 01/19/20 09:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Flat tow power steering on Jeep

What does the manual state. https://community.fmca.com/topic/5868-towing-2014-jeep-grand-cherokee/
MountainAir05 01/16/20 03:39pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Bluetooth Dashboard speaker

http://www.dynamat.com/ This is what I used to really help. Put it under the doghouse and carpet around it and you will be really amazed on how much you can hear. I also used it on my sport car and the noise level was cut so much that I do not have to wear the blue tooth head sets, which we had used in the RV till I installed in it.
MountainAir05 01/16/20 08:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fuse Problem??? Cruise Control, etc. suddenly stop working.

I 2nd the ground issue.
MountainAir05 01/03/20 06:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery maintenance

Check voltage on each battery to see what the voltage is with it plugged in.
MountainAir05 01/02/20 05:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Level best jacks

Ok tested the alternator today. Battery with engine off at 13.23 volts. With engine running 14.34 volts. No noticeable difference when I added a load. Looks like the alternator is working fine. So at least I know I shouldn’t have a problem getting down south to get the jacks checked. so it looks like you have a very high amp draw when you try the jacks. So either a control panel or some bad relays or motors. You can unplug each jack and apply 12 volts and see what happens.
MountainAir05 12/28/19 04:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Level best jacks

check the cell voltage. Check the alternator voltage at alternator with engine running Check the battery voltage with/without engine running at battery. Post back numbers.
MountainAir05 12/27/19 08:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Parking in Jacksonville, FL Wal Mart

go in an ask. You use to be able to stay in Florida rest stop for 3 hours and they have security also. Ask.
MountainAir05 12/22/19 05:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: suburban furnace tripping on high temp

size of ducting coming out. Heating can be large, Ac is the one you have to stay close to. Did you get a output temp with the duct and return did you get a return air temp with the duct and without when dump into basement. Just sound like you are not getting enough air thru the system duct. Which would be maybe a loose fan on the shaft.
MountainAir05 12/17/19 08:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Entrance door Strut torn out of door bottom..2020 J-Hawk

Take the inside door panel off and start from there. Beef up as required. I miss read, this is a new unit, is it not in warranty, if so see what they will do.
MountainAir05 12/14/19 03:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1993 Safari continental 37' cracked frame, bad shock install

Good luck on your pending repairs. I have had to replace the stud that was welded to the frame several times on different RVs over the many years due to frozen or bent shocks that broke them off.
MountainAir05 12/14/19 03:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1993 Safari continental 37' cracked frame, bad shock install

Once you figure out how you are going to repair, ensure that you put in suspension travel limiters so that you do not over extend the travel of the shock.
MountainAir05 12/11/19 08:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1993 Safari continental 37' cracked frame, bad shock install

The pictures are not the same. Crack does not show thru and you have a brake line going thru one and not the other.
MountainAir05 12/11/19 08:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: back up light switch

Right hand side? Sure you don't mean left side? Driver's side? Thanks, I goof this one.
MountainAir05 12/10/19 08:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: back up light switch

look at the right hand side of the transmission just above the shift level.
MountainAir05 12/10/19 04:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Extension cords

I think you are off by a long way. 100 foot run at say 20 amp max draw would required a 10 gauge wire and you would only have 114 volt at the end. I did not use your motor home wire since wire size is unknown.
MountainAir05 12/09/19 08:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Honda EU2000

I agree with Scott. Loose outlets connectors which is getting hot and melting things
MountainAir05 12/08/19 02:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Continental Tires PSI rising 20

Sometimes when a tire is mounted by a rookie, he will use an excessive amount of lubricant to get the tire in place. All of that excess lubricant/moisture may be in your tire and causing your temps to increase a little higher than normal, since you did not have that issue with your other tires. I am reading pressure went up not temp.
MountainAir05 12/07/19 03:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Continental Tires PSI rising 20

quick way to see if they in deed go that high is check cold and once they are hot, pull over and check them manual. My only go up 4 max but not your brand. They are Michelin.
MountainAir05 12/06/19 08:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blue Ox Tow Bar

I also have installed my own and the wire on the nut is the only way to get the nut into the place it needed to be. No space for anything else. Sorry to hear about your experience.
MountainAir05 12/04/19 06:42pm Class A Motorhomes
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