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RE: Cruise Control Monaco Executive Roadmaster Chasis

if you have the engine brakes system on (switch) then the cruise control will not work.
MountainAir05 07/26/21 06:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HR Neptune Air Compressor Info needed

Try this one maybe. compressor also google "cummins diesel Engine air compressor" maybe
MountainAir05 07/16/21 05:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Isx15

Just google "cummins isx15 water cooling circulation diagram" and there are a lot of pictures in color for you. Can't help you other than this.
MountainAir05 07/12/21 01:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: F53 and code P1299

water pump and thermostat. Our neighbor got that and he keep stopping and checking it and in the end replace the engine. The water pump had lost a blade. Not sure why they was over look on his or yours.
MountainAir05 07/09/21 04:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can't extend tray

The last one I worked on it was located on the left side faceing the gen about knee high. Think it was called a T handle. Might have to rock it side to side if not open in a while. When we had a Newmar, there system that you have to join, worked very well with many booklets that you could download for almost anything to see how to work on them.
MountainAir05 07/08/21 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Why is the generator cycling??

X2 on puting a load on it.
MountainAir05 07/08/21 09:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help getting fridge to run while underway

Sounds like you are loosing 12v when the engine is running. Easy to check on the back of the refrigrator. I will take a shot that the house battery does not get charge when the engine is running. Next time post what brand refrigator and year would be helpful. I would say to check the Alternator isolator to start with battery voltage. clicky
MountainAir05 07/06/21 03:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: best way to remover stickers from a 2011 tiffin open road,of%20oxidation.%20...%204%20The%20Finishing%20Touches.%20
MountainAir05 07/03/21 12:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gulfstream or Winnegabo

thinking of trading in our trailer and looking at class a motorhomes. Two have my interest. One a 2005 Gulfstream Sun Voyager Atrium 8388 the other a 2006 Winnebago Voyage 38J. Both have @ 50,000 miles. Both are Chevy 8.1 Vortec (I'm a V10 Ford girl). Both are the same price. Any thoughts? One specific question is what is the little yellow button on the dash board of the Gulf Stream? That is part of the Parking Brake system.
MountainAir05 06/29/21 03:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: white dust coming out of AC vents - any ideas?

Maybe a mouse or bird. As stated , pull vent and look inside.
MountainAir05 06/24/21 03:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2005 Georgetown 370 XL Motor Home

go to The own it now, so maybe. Looking at the manual they have online it would not do you any good. No pictures at all or just general statement. You having an issues or just want to check out all that has been done.
MountainAir05 06/23/21 11:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1992 HMC with 12V Cummins

google is your friend. Maybe Wolfe will stop by later to add or modify this.
MountainAir05 06/22/21 05:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan 5.5 Marquis Gold HGJAB problem

check the fuel pump and insure that it does pump enough fuel. just remove hose and pump into a can or bucket. Incase you do not have a manual . This is just some info I used a long time ago when we had an issue. Ok - Brief description of the genset functions, then some troubleshooting info. When starting the genset, 12v from the control board is passed to the voltage regulator and then on through the brushes and slip rings to the rotating field windings. This 'field flash' produces an initial magnetic field in the rotor - as the rotor moves past the stationary output windings, this magnetic field produces approx 45v ac in the output windings while cranking, and approx 80v once the genset is up to speed. A slightly higher voltage is produced in the stationary 'quadrature' windings, which are connected to the voltage regulator. The voltage regulator uses power from the quadrature windings to increase the voltage (and thus current) being fed through the brushes to the rotating field, which increases the output voltage until the genset output is up to a (nominal) 128v ac. The voltage regulator then controls the field voltage as needed to hold the output voltage constant. Once the output voltage has risen above approx 90-95 v, the output from the battery charge winding to the control board is high enough to energize relay K2, and the control board switches to 'run' mode (and, in the process, disconnects the start solenoid, removes field flash from the voltage regulator, and switches to 'generated' control voltage rather than 'battery' control voltage). Troubleshooting: Disconnect the genset output from the coach and measure the output voltage. If you see approx 120v, the problem is either the battery charge winding, the choke heater element shorted, or a bad control board or the wiring to it. (The choke heater element is fed unrectified ac from the battery charge winding). Remove the plastic cover from the choke and measure the ac voltage between the two terminals - should be approx 20v. If it is, the problem is the control board or wiring to it - if voltage is low or nonexistent, problem may be shorted heater element, wiring from charge winding, or bad charge winding. If genset output is 45-80v ac, problem may be bad regulator, bad output or quadrature windings, and/or poor connection to rotating field due to tarnish buildup on slip rings. Pull air cleaner and remove cover behind it in genset housing to access brush block. Measure resistance from one brush lead to the other - should be approx 25 ohms. If more than approx 35 ohms, remove brush block, clean slip rings and brush tips, and retest. If output voltage is still low, check voltage from quadrature winding to voltage regulator (module mounted in bottom left of control box) by back-probing pins 11 and 12 of the 12-pin regulator connector - voltage should be approx the same as measured at output. If it is, the voltage regulator is bad - if quadrature winding output is low or nonexistent, check connections/wiring - winding should measure approx 2 ohms resistance. If genset output is (almost) nonexistent ( less than 5v ac), most probable would be no field flash from control board to voltage regulator, bad connection from voltage regulator to brushes, tarnished slip rings, shorted or open rotor windings, or shorted output windings. Measure brush-brush resistance and correct if necessary. Set meter to dc volts, hook positive meter lead to right brush and negative to left brush, and check for field flash - should be approx 11v dc while cranking. If not present, hook negative meter lead to ground and back-probe voltge regulator connector pin 7 while cranking. If you have voltage here but not at brushes, either voltage regulator or wiring from regulator to brushes is bad. If you don't have voltage at pin 7, check for voltage at pin 5 of connector P1 on control board - if not present here, problem is on control board. I am not sure on the pins since your system is not the same as mine.
MountainAir05 06/20/21 08:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan 5.5 Marquis Gold HGJAB problem

Did you check the two circuit breakers on the gen it self. Have to ask the oil level.
MountainAir05 06/20/21 06:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2015 Fleetwood Bounder 35K Headlights

With the relay system just some relays and wire. Will see if I can find the article for you. This is how to wire the two relay or more if you need them. Will have a picture in a few. Follow this one. This is what I do to all my vehicles that has that issues. I do this to every RV that I have owned.
MountainAir05 06/19/21 10:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Plastic Liner inside Grey Holding Tank??

Grand kids. Other than that, we be at it since 75 and never ran across anything like it. Your couch is newer so maybe some one else will ring in.
MountainAir05 06/18/21 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leveling jacks

I agree, clean them and then use some 5606 or other transmission fluid and lube them heavy. Then run the jacks up /down a few times. Then wipe them with a clean cloth to get the excess fluid off. Install the new taper springs. Might take a few time with the spray down with fluid and cycle them and wipe them clean, and you should not have a hanging jack. Our last from 1999 to 2018 when we trade it for a newer model using this method. I work 23+ years with aircraft and this spray down and clean every time they flew and when they no longer worked the landing gear was torn down and new O-rings were installed. Then start over again. The seal need some type of lube. I am sure that newer jacks should have a newer type seal so maybe they have improve on the lube system.
MountainAir05 06/13/21 06:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: F53 Rear Sway Bar Bushings: Wrong Size

just measure the bar and see if it is the one that came on the RV. Are the new ones the right size for the bar.
MountainAir05 06/12/21 01:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: F53 Rear Sway Bar Bushings: Wrong Size Moog and energy suspension is what I used many years ago. I do not see any 50 mm. I order mine by measurement of sway bar. They have a chart of how to measure for their bushing and bar. Without a picture can't say about cutting off. If it fits use them as is if not cut. If the sway bar is after market then you might have to look there also by name on the unit.
MountainAir05 06/12/21 12:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: F53 Rear Sway Bar Bushings: Wrong Size

Have them replace with the correct bushing.
MountainAir05 06/12/21 10:42am Class A Motorhomes
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