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RE: Taos and Santa Fe with 37’ Taos motorhome

Most of the "old town" parts of those cities are small and tight. There's so much to see in those towns and it would be a shame to miss parts or to be stressed out the whole time. I agree that renting a car would be cheap insurance to make sure you can see everything you want to see. That's a beautiful part of our country. Enjoy it. Good point! Thank you! Just rented a jeep on Turo.com, only $80/day, much better than Car Rental company.
johnxhc 03/24/22 01:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Taos and Santa Fe with 37’ Taos motorhome

we did it in a 40 foot Motorhome. The problem is I don't have a toad right now, so I have to drive my 37' around the town, how ease it is to find parking on the street for 37' motorhome?
johnxhc 03/24/22 12:08pm Class A Motorhomes
Taos and Santa Fe with 37’ Taos motorhome

We are going to Taos, Santa Fe NM next month. I am still waiting for my jeep (ordered), without a toad, is it still possible to drive my 37’ Class A motorhome to visit attractions in Taos, Santa Fe and find parking? Please advise. Thank you!
johnxhc 03/24/22 11:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble shooting the cause of Charge Line blown fuse

Is this a new problem? That is, was it working at one time? If it was working then you need to take the connectors apart for an inspection. They often have loose wires that short and chasing that with a voltmeter may be incredibly difficult. If it only does it with the RV plugged into the truck then inspect the trailer plug closely. I mean take it apart carefully. Heck, a simple screw rattling around inside can drive you crazy. Yes, it was working before. Ok, I will open the 7 way trailer plug and check.
johnxhc 11/02/21 05:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble shooting the cause of Charge Line blown fuse

If the trailer is attached one possibiliy is that the total amp draw exceeds the fuse, which can be corrected with LEDs. But first measue the amp draw on the brake and charge wire. Have you checked for the correct fuse size? Is the trailer battery good and how do you know? No, the trailer is not attached... it is 30 amps fuse, which is correct size. no sure what you meant by "trailer battery"..
johnxhc 11/02/21 05:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble shooting the cause of Charge Line blown fuse

Is there a trailer or toad plugged into that connector when the fuse blows? No, it is not...
johnxhc 11/02/21 05:29pm Class A Motorhomes
Trouble shooting the cause of Charge Line blown fuse

On my Class A (Ford F53 chassis), if I pushed the brake pedal a few times , the Charge Line fuse blew up, this is repeatable.When that happened, I lost power on Hot and trailer break on 7 way trailer plug I looked under the RV, the wire for the 7 way trailer plug, everything looked normal and I did not see anything obvious such as damaged wire etc..How do I fix that? I do have a multi-meter. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
johnxhc 11/02/21 02:31pm Class A Motorhomes
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