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RE: C7 Scan Gauge Code

Don't know if these will help or not: Cat Engine Codes (select Download once you've clicked on the link).
cbeierl 06/21/19 02:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Glo-Brite Lens 122R

Also, see this iRV2.com thread for more info: Suitable replacement for Glo-Brite 122Y clearance light
cbeierl 06/03/19 02:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Glo-Brite Lens 122R

Just fyi, these seem like a fairly close replacement: Optronics LED Clearance, Amber Optronics LED Clearance, Red
cbeierl 06/03/19 02:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to check brake pad on a Freightliner DP ?

On a diesel pusher they should be disc brakes. Actually, I think you'll find that the majority of them have drum brakes. Some have front disc brakes (as does my 2005 Winnebago Vectra), and a smaller number have discs all around. Wow Chris, Your coach and ours, even though a year apart, should be close to identical. Especially since they're both 36' units. But, yours has disc brakes up front and ours has drums, hmmmm. You don't by any chance have independent front suspension do you? Scott Late response, Scott--sorry! Yes, I do have IFS along with the discs.
cbeierl 03/21/19 08:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cat C7 350 in a Winnebago Journey

Here's a thread (over on iRV2.com) describing this filter mod: HEUI Pump Failures It can't prevent a problem with the HEUI pump, but it does protect the the fuel rail and injectors if a problem does occur with the pump--thus limiting the repair cost considerably. Although I've not had any problems at all myself, I'm certainly considering this for the C7 in my 2005 Vectra as extra protection.
cbeierl 03/12/19 07:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water leak from fresh water tank

Here's the Plumbing Diagram for your coach. Unfortunately, this valve isn't shown very well on the diagrams. The pipe you are referring to is the fresh water tank drain, controlled via a cable operated blade valve. This valve is described on page 88 of the Operator's Manual for your coach. Here's the Parts Catalog for your coach. You can see the valve on page 262. Here's a replacement valve for that drain: Valterra T1001PBC 1-1/2" Valve Body Here's a replacement seal kit: Valterra T1001-9VP Bladex 1-1/2" Valve Seal with Hardware, (Set of 2) I just replaced that valve on my 2005 Vectra last year because it developed a leak--I initially replaced just the seals, but ended up replacing the entire valve because I still had a leak (so now I have the spare seals available for next time). On my coach access was straightforward from underneath, after removing the insulated sheet metal panel from under the water tank. (I made some large wooden ramps/blocks to drive the front of the coach up onto to give me adequate height to work safely underneath without danger.)
cbeierl 03/12/19 04:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tv removal

First step is to cover the defroster vents with a towel so that you don't loose anything down them. Next remove the little snap in covers over the screws of the plastic housing that is under the TV. You should be able to carefully pop them out with a very small screw driver inserted in the little notch. With the covers off you can remove all of the screws as well--the plastic housing will still be attached to the wooden faceplate from the inside. Remove the center sun visor (if you have one). Remove the center speaker over the top of the TV by popping off the front screen and unscrewing it--disconnect the wiring after noting how it's connected. You should find a couple of black screws going into the wooden faceframe from inside the cabinets on each side--a bit hard to see but they should be there. It would probably be helpful to have someone support the faceframe while you remove the screws. With the screws removed your should be able to tip out the top of the faceframe and then it and the attached plastic housing should come down and off. The TV itself is secured by a metal bar across the top held down by a couple of big bolts, one on each side. There also may be adhesive foam underneath the TV as well. Disconnect the various wiring and power cord and then remove the clamp bar. You almost certainly will want another pair of hands to help with actually removing the TV--those Sonys are quite heavy! Just fyi, here's my old thread over on iRV2.com detailing my front TV upgrade: Front LCD TV install in 2005 Vectra (Long)
cbeierl 02/14/19 01:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: NEW RV'R My rig batteries keep dying.

Just fyi, here's the 1994 Vectra Brochure.
cbeierl 11/27/18 05:04pm Class A Motorhomes
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