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I see the issue you speak of.  I’m wondering how to get in there to put the backing back in. So they couldn’t adjust anything?
General Discussion / C13 Dies at Idle
« Last post by Robin Goffrier on Today at 03:26:23 AM »
OK boys (and girls). New to me 06 Patriot Thunder with 51k miles on C13. Runs great, kinda. At low RPM engine has died 4 times. Usually as I approach stop sign, but not always. Turn off key untill tranny light goes out. Then restarts fine. Beaver Coach looked it over. Found nothing. Cat in Redmond did diagnostic. No codes, no issues. Said most likely a coach electrical isdue. Took coach on thousands miles trip. On return died twice again at low RPM. (Cat increased idle to 750)
Any thoughts?
As I originally said My 03 Ruby has the same issue on the kitchen slide Elite looked at it a year or so ago and couldn’t do much. I honestly believe it is pushing past the stop or the stop doesn’t exist anymore. The part that’s the problem is behind the microwave cabinet and I see no way to access the interior wall corner from the inside. The good news is it hasn’t changed much in all that time and a hundred or more opens and closes. I’m going back to elite in a few months and will discuss again but I’m not hopeful. Perhaps a piece of metal added to the inside edge of the slide wall rim to “catch” on the seal edge.
Technical Support / Re: slide going too far inside the wall?
« Last post by Dwight Lakusta on Today at 02:13:13 AM »
Well I finally got some time to look at my coach. I have to get this post back to life , and I need to get on this problem.  Had anyone ever had an issue similar?  All the rollers are intact. They have no flat spots. Has anyone ever worked on the lippert slide rail systems?  I don’t know where to start, and the best part... nobody knows anything in my area. Not a single dealer.  Beaver coach sales said they could look at it, but I’m not planning on going that way anytime soon and spending 20K.

I can’t see any adjustment at all on the rails.
Technical Support / Re: Recharging Dash AC
« Last post by Dwight Lakusta on Today at 01:56:40 AM »
I’m going to have a peek at it again this weekend coming up. Might slide out the genny and get way up in there.
Technical Support / Re: 03 and 04 Monterey Wiring Diagrams
« Last post by Bill Sprague on Today at 12:34:34 AM »
Larry and Steve,

I sent you the files I have via the emails you have in the directory.  I'm not sure who did the scans.  I had some '03 diagrams but they went with the coach when we sold it to Rick LaLande. 
Technical Support / Re: Fresh Water Sensor Calibration Issue
« Last post by Richard Davis on July 21, 2019, 08:54:45 PM »
I have always preferred mechanical devices rather than electronic for water sensors.  In my case ('06 Monterey), the physical water tank is translucent, so I just took a magic marker and marked the outside of the tank in 10 gallon increments on the side of the tank.  That way, a quick opening of the bay door and I can see exactly how much water I have left.  On my previous coach, the tank was ABS black plastic, so I could not see through it.  I added a small fitting on the bottom of the tank with a clear plastic tube attached up the side of the tank with gallon markings on the clear plastic tube.  Since water seeks its own level, I could always tell how much water I had left by looking at the clear plastic tube.  Where there is a will, there is a way.


p.s.  On the ABS plastic gray and black tanks, I would often use a lazar temperature gun on the outside of the tank.  The tank would be cooler where there was liquid on the inside.     
Technical Support / Re: Fresh Water Sensor Calibration Issue
« Last post by Dennis Belfils on July 21, 2019, 06:32:42 PM »
Thanx Bill. That's what I thought it might be. Have tried playing with values, but no success. With the full & empty raw values being the same @ 1023, the T.I.M. must be screwed up. Will have to live with it for now...……..
Technical Support / Re: 2008 Marquis Cat C 15 A/C recharge
« Last post by Larry Dedrick on July 21, 2019, 05:34:07 PM »
        I just wanted to pass on to you some information regarding your A/C, seeings we have the same year and model of coach.
 Keep an eye on your compressor for any leakage of lubricant or any other symptom that may warrant replacement. If such an event were to come about, make sure the replacement compressor is a "Sanden made in USA" and not a Chinese knockoff. Myself and one other Beaver Marquis owner went through this at the same time and same location. The Chinese knockoffs will be advertised as "Sanden Like" or "Sanden Type" which are inferior to the Sanden's made in the USA. This information was obtained from Sanden and also a Distributor of Sanden compressors.
Technical Support / Re: 2008 Marquis Cat C 15 A/C recharge
« Last post by Gary Miller on July 21, 2019, 04:02:29 PM »
Thanks for the info.
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