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RE: What did you do to your truck today?

Last this forum needs is to be like fakebook.
PastorCharlie 06/25/22 12:50pm Truck Campers
RE: Air Conditioner not working.

On mine the EMS relay for the AC stopped working. Wired bypass and it works great.
PastorCharlie 06/23/22 12:23pm Tech Issues
RE: 1997 Holiday rambler Endeavor LE Ford 460

Start with known problems...i.e., the brake system. Raise each wheel and apply brakes and check if the calipers release proper. With those few miles I would think there are problems with the seals sticking in the calipers causing extreme resistance and slowing down the vehicle. I repaired a gentleman's Jaguar that was doing similar to what you described, and it was his brake power booster activating the brakes under acceleration and speed. Check brake drums/caliphers temps and drive it and if it slows down after a few miles check the temp at the time to see if their temp has increased a lot. Is the engine fuel injection or carb? Check for any codes showing. Does the engine accelerate proper sitting in park? Is the transmission slipping? Has its fluid and filter been changed recently?
PastorCharlie 06/15/22 05:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dometic Mother Board

Update: The tstat is cycling the rear AC on and off as needed. Tstat ok. Motherboard ok. AC ok. Bad EMS.
PastorCharlie 05/30/22 08:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Dually tire service/installation

Would anyone expect a restaurant to cook the eggs that the customer buys at the grocery store? Or the steak?
PastorCharlie 05/30/22 08:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dometic Mother Board

6300 is the Low Profile Penguin model. THAT model will have the Board ON the AC unit. You have to remove the upper cover of the unit and then remove the Evaporator cover either Styrofoam or plastic, depending on the year of the Penguin. Once the evap cover is removed you will see a 2 by 4 inch metal electrical box in front of the evaporator. THAT houses the 120 from the inside breaker and connects to the 120 going to the Board on the AC unit. This is where you may have a burnt 120 connectiOn IF THE 120 AT THE MAIN BREAKER PANEL SHOWS 120 OUTPUT FROM THE INTELLITEC EMS MODULE. Since you have to go on top and your age, you may have to get either a professional or somebody that is very handy to do the roof top checks. Regardless, you NEED someone that can operate a multitester to check various 120 volt circuits if you are not handy to use one. Doug Doug, I am parked on the campus of an university and got a chance to have their Heating and Cooling tech look at my problem. There is no 120 present on the output from Intellitec EMS Module. He by-passed the EMS with the 120 and the rear air conditioner powered up and runs great. He did not have the time or proper testing equipment with him to check more. I am able to turn the rear unit on and off by flipping the breaker to allow it to help with the front unit when needed until I can get more info and service. It appears the problem is with the Intellitec EMS or tstat. Thanks for your help.
PastorCharlie 05/20/22 03:31pm Tech Issues
RE: how long can one store a gas engined motorhome?

Millions use Seafoam
PastorCharlie 05/18/22 05:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: how long can one store a gas engined motorhome?

PastorCharlie 05/17/22 05:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: how long can one store a gas engined motorhome?

If mine I would treat the old fuel with Seafoam according to the amount of gas in the tank... a little heavy on the Seafoam will not hurt it.
PastorCharlie 05/16/22 07:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Let's talk dirt

A little bleach in the wash will do wonders for killing the fungus growing on the roof.
PastorCharlie 05/16/22 06:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jack Failure Disaster

House movers use a three-point lifting system. More stable.
PastorCharlie 05/14/22 04:35pm Truck Campers
RE: Just give me the bad news.

Check with a good reputable body repair shop. They are able to restore it. The truck is probably worth a lot.
PastorCharlie 05/08/22 07:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Dometic Mother Board

It is still raining here. I will check following your instructions when I am more comfortable in doing so. I depended on my RV dealer to save me from climbing on top. They did check on top by removing the cover and testing. Thanks for your help. I do appreciate it.
PastorCharlie 05/07/22 05:59pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic Mother Board

2008 Newmar Grand Star 3752 Intellitec model 900 AC/HP Model 630515. Front and Rear are same. Do not know Series if low or high profile...appears to be low compared to most I see. This information I gather from inside literature. I am too old, and the weather is too stormy to venture onto the roof.
PastorCharlie 05/06/22 06:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic Mother Board

I also requested Brand. THAT tells me which EMS system you have. If the EMS does not send the 120 to the rear AC, then nothing on it will run. The tstat controls are 12 volt. Doug EMS by Intellitec
PastorCharlie 05/05/22 06:31pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic Mother Board

What does the display state on the wall tstat? Doug FAN: Auto SET POINT: 72* F MODE: Cool or Heat Pump if set to heat pump. Depends upon what mode is set. OK If both Zone 1 and Zone 2 will show same thing AND you can go from Auto(fan) to the 2 fan speeds. Then the board is OK. Odds are you have NO 120 power to the roof AC unit. This can be a fault at the AC Breaker or also at the upper board 120 connections have had a loose connection and the wire nuts melted and came apart. BTW, you should have a FURNACE option on Zone 1. What Year/Brand/Model RV? IF you have a EMS system, that could also stop 120 power to the roof AC. Which AC is faulted? Zone 2? Doug 2008 Model Year Zone 1: FAN: Low, High. Auto MODE: Off, Fan, Cool, Heat Pump, Furnace, Heat Strip Zone 2: FAN: Low, High, Auto MODE: Off, Fan, Cool, Heat Pump Has EMS that controls Front Heat Pump, Rear Heat Pumps, Hot Water, and Washer Dryer. Rear Heat Pump is affected, Zone 2. I suspected the EMS. I asked RV dealer to check EMS and he said it was ok. I went through process of resetting it before having dealer look at it.
PastorCharlie 05/04/22 06:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic Mother Board

What does the display state on the wall tstat? Doug FAN: Auto SET POINT: 72* F MODE: Cool or Heat Pump if set to heat pump. Depends upon what mode is set.
PastorCharlie 05/03/22 03:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic Mother Board

The unit will not run. The coach stays plugged into 50 AMP service all time when not in use and both units are set to keep it comfortable inside. During my absence the back unit stopped and does not now work. The front one does ok and cools and heats the whole house. I will make it a point to check the unit when I have the time.
PastorCharlie 05/02/22 06:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Ford Parts

This is FORD Motor Company web site. Dealers will have their own sites.
PastorCharlie 05/01/22 03:16pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Dometic Mother Board

If you really need it, you can buy the complete system including the 5 button CCC wall tstat. About $100 more than just the control board. That said, what makes you think your control board is bad? They rarely go bad. What is the failure? Doug RV dealer tested and said bad mother board. have one on order for over 1 year. Came new from factory with 5 button tstat. Illustrated board not like mine.
PastorCharlie 05/01/22 02:10pm Tech Issues
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