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RE: Loss of Power after New Fan Clutch

I also think that they may have replaced your standard duty clutch with a heavy duty or “trailer tow” fan clutch. It may end up being a better choice overall, but if you really can’t stand it, get an OEM one to replace it with. The dealer should be able to find out the part number of the one the truck was originally equipped with.
beergardens 06/21/21 07:07am Tow Vehicles
RE: Wiper blades

I was told years ago by the rep for a wiper manufacturer, that wiper blades were only designed to last for six months. I don’t tend to replace mine nearly that frequently, but I’ve still never found a brand of wiper that really impresses me.
beergardens 06/18/21 04:53pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Wiper blades

But still wondering what makes a particular model windshield “bad” for wipers ? Some windshields have an angle or curve that is sharp enough that part of the blade will not be able to conform to it, so you’ll have a spot on the glass that the wiper passes over, but will never press firmly enough to it to clean it well.
beergardens 06/18/21 04:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Plug or unplug that is the question

The charge wire from my truck is always hot, so yes, I unplug. If that circuit drew power through a relay, as many newer trucks do, I’d probably leave it plugged in. I’m not worried about forgetting to plug it back in before driving away, as I’ve made it part of the routine to put the flashers on and do a quick check of the rear of the trailer to check or light, each morning before driving away.
beergardens 05/31/21 04:37pm General RVing Issues
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