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heydeej

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Posted: 09/07/21 07:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What other years or models would fit parts for a 1989 Fleetwood Flair?

Looking for misc parts like headlights, driving lights. Also need the left awning arm and a brake booster would be awesome!

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heydeej wrote:

What other years or models would fit parts for a 1989 Fleetwood Flair?

Looking for misc parts like headlights, driving lights. Also need the left awning arm and a brake booster would be awesome!


1. The Headlights are NOT specific to 1989 Fleetwood. They are standard square headlamp assbly's you get at the parts store for your year model. You probably have 4 headlamps 2 HI BEAMs and 2 LOW BEAMs.
2. Driving lights are not standard(fog lights?) and were added by a previous owner. The orange clearance lights are standard RV issued and depending on the style can be purchased at any RV parts store.
3. The Awning arms are also aftermarket and NOT supplied by Fleetwood. There should be a Brand and/or model number on the arm or awning fabric metal tube. 1989 was either Dometic or Carefree brand awning assbly and arms.Any RV parts store can possible get the replacement unless they have been discontinued for your 30 year old Awning. Both brands are still in business
4. The brake Booster is either Ford or Chevy and those can be purchased from a regular Auto parts store or Ford or Chevy
5. On all Class A motorhomes, The BOX builder has nothing to do with the complete chassis/Drivetrain. Those parts are either Chevy or Ford. Exception is the Dash AC system which IS aftermarket installed by Fleetwood. Doug

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Posted: 09/07/21 07:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thank you!

RLS7201

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Your brake booster is hydraulic and gets it's power from the power steering pump. Booster and master cylinder are located on the left frame rail close to the left front tire. May be difficult to find a replacement, no mater if you have a Chevy or Ford chassis.
I suspect your headlights are the 4" x 6" glass models. Available from most auto parts stores.

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