Recent Posts

Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 10
21
Technical Support / Aisle Lights
« Last post by George Frudakis on April 06, 2024, 05:30:03 PM »
On my 02 Marquis there are 5 aisle light and only one light up. Does anyone know where the multiplex control box on my coach is located so I can check the fuse? If the fuses are good, then how do I take apart the light to get to the bulb. I do not want to break it by pulling if that doesn't do the job. Thanks all.
22
Technical Support / Re: Hydraulic Cooler
« Last post by Don Forsyth on April 06, 2024, 02:49:27 PM »
I just saw your post about the Hydraulic problem you had/have. I did have a similar situation. 2005 Beaver monterey, Laguna   IV. I had it in the shop to have the engine compressor replaced. It got pretty cold overnight and apparently when they started the engine the next morning to pull it into the shop the hydraulic cooler blew fluid all over the snow on the ground. They took the cooler over to a radiator shop and had it welded. But the pressure in the system is so high that when they started the engine, it just blew the hole again. I found a new cooler online for just over $900 and took it to the shop. They installed it. I then had to go through my manual to find the correct fluid to put in the reservoir. It is NOT transmission fluid. I don't remember exactly what the manual said without looking it up again, but it is not cheap. They charged me just over $1500 to do the work and the cost or the fluid.
I also researched and found the engine compressor, purchased it for $700 and took it to the shop for them to install. All totaled they charged me $5000. I think they may have put a little in there for themselves.
23
Technical Support / Re: How to manually retract front roadside slide
« Last post by Bryan Beamon on April 05, 2024, 12:24:39 AM »
Second picture
24
Technical Support / Re: How to manually retract front roadside slide
« Last post by Bryan Beamon on April 05, 2024, 12:20:41 AM »
Mike, attached pictures show what the hydrolic pump looks like and a picture of the breaker bar that needs to be reset by pressing it back into the center of the breaker. As previously stated this is on a 07 Contessa so not sure if our location of above the aqua hot will be as your coach is configured. Can you or a mechanic crawl under your generator to spot your breaker close to your hydrolic pump
25
There are many window brands and types, and accordingly many seals and seal manufacturers..
Try as a starting place (not your seal shown, but searchable from) including help contact info:
https://www.etrailer.com/RV-Window-Parts/Steele-Rubber/SR43ZR.html

Also if they’re Hehr windows, this may be helpful:
http://www.parkin-acc.com/page26.html

Joel

I saw this fix also, but its probably not the best, especially for corners pulling away:
https://youtu.be/RaQFgTYSzoU?si=7dL3H3syodrKQEOe
26
Good afternoon

Trying to find the seals in the pictures to replace ....the sun has shrunk them and they are pulling out of the corners.....
27
Technical Support / Re: How to manually retract front roadside slide
« Last post by Frank Bergamo on April 04, 2024, 01:32:22 PM »
You may have to access it from underneath. Challenging, but doable. Good luck.
28
Technical Support / Re: How to manually retract front roadside slide
« Last post by Michael Bacon on April 04, 2024, 04:20:16 AM »
Frank,
Thanks for your quick response and suggestions. Unfortunately the hydraulic pump is housed in the generator slide which is tied fo the two main slides and won’t open.
29
Technical Support / Re: How to manually retract front roadside slide
« Last post by Frank Bergamo on April 03, 2024, 08:56:01 PM »
I would check the relay switch on the pump motor before messing with hydraulic lines. There will be two big terminals that need to be jumped on the switch. If the pump motor runs while jumped, then the relay switch is most likely bad. Also, there are two small terminals on the relay switch, one is the trigger terminal, the other goes to ground. The trigger wire terminal should have 12 volts when pushing any of the retract/extend buttons inside coach. When pushing any of these buttons, and there still is no power at trigger terminal, then problem is upstream from relay switch. Hope this helps.
30
Technical Support / Re: How to manually retract front roadside slide
« Last post by Michael Bacon on April 03, 2024, 05:27:27 PM »
I located an old thread referencing my situation, and it appears the “reset switch” is in the generator slide. As you can see in the attachment this gentleman “ bled the hydraulic line” to get the generator slide open. My question is how do I determine which line is the hydraulic line. I’m not very mechanical, and have difficulty determining these things.
As always thanks for your assistance!
Mike
Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 10