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Re: Time for a new airconditioner?

I'll quickly tell my story, I have a 2007 LTV with a Dometic Penguin with a 5 button control. Sometime in the last few years it failed thru lack of use (I live
israndy
Sep 3
#4501
 
4500

Time for a new airconditioner?

Just returned from a short trip in our 2006/7. The a.c. Started to vibrate and make noise. I lowered the fan speed and soon the vibration stoped and hasn't
cheepwings
Sep 3
#4500
 
4499

Transfer switch

Just a heads up. I had to replace the 30 amp transfer switch recently in my '07 VCM. We went to Yellowstone and back, and we were using the generator pretty
daddalicious
Aug 7
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4498

Re: High engine temp

Bill & Jayne, Great you were able to solve the mystery and that the group was helpful. We all benefit from each others experiences. Safe travels. Steve Mesa,
Steve
Jul 28
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4497

Re: High engine temp

So, the fan issue was indeed caused by the auxiliary fan not working because the fuse was blown. (The fuse box being under the driver seat.) Many thanks for
Jayne OConnor
Jul 28
#4497
 
4496

MH Door latch

I just broke the MH door latch inside handle. The door latch mfg is Trimark New Hampton, IA. Phone number 1-800-431-8616,ask for Abby. The part number for the
Richard
Jul 28
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4495

Re: High engine temp

Robert & Byron: Thank you for the corrections on the fan info, and the link.  Bill O'Connor Sent from my iPhone On Monday, July 24, 2017, 8:30 PM, Robert Ober
Jayne OConnor
Jul 24
#4495
 
4494

Re: High engine temp

I think its the thermostat for the fan is a wax thermostat clutch (I read that once). Its much like an engine block thermostat.   From: "autoxer@...
Robert Ober
Jul 24
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4493

Re: High engine temp

No, it doesn't sound correct. http://www.haydenauto.com/fan%20clutch%20tutorial-part%201/content.aspx
glas1700
Jul 24
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4492

Re: High engine temp

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Jayne OConnor
Jul 23
#4492
 
4491

Re: High engine temp

There has always been confusion between the engine driven viscous clutch fan and the electric A/C fan. The engine driven fan will come on around 205-215
glas1700
Jul 15
#4491
 
4490

Re: High engine temp-answer to questions

Tim, on our 2006 there is indeed a clutch fan on the engine, (thermostatic in the hub of the fan), and an aux fan. Ours always ran close to the top of the temp
Steve
Jul 14
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4489

Re: High engine temp-answer to questions

This is a question to all, isn't there both a clutch fan on the motor and an aux fan in front of the radiator, if so, could it be a problem with the temp
Tim Govan
Jul 14
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4488

Re: High engine temp-answer to questions

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Jayne OConnor
Jul 14
#4488
 
4487

Re: High engine temp

Dear Randy, You are not doing anything wrong, first please understand that what we are talking about is the AC compressor turning on and off to provide
Tim Govan
Jul 11
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