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RE: 1999 holiday Rambler Endeavor

One more thought. If you can extend the slide, get under the slide and look around at the motor, etc. There is probably room to mount the relay box there (but it certainly would not be a good choice). I'd also look in the upper part of the storage bins below the slide motor. Fred
fcooper 01/06/20 07:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1999 holiday Rambler Endeavor

I had a 2000 Holiday Rambler Endeavor DP for years, and I don't remember ever looking for the controller (relay box) but thought it was in the cabinet box behind the slide out switch panel. Look at the link below as I think it is the service manual for your model slide. About page 20 you can at least see a sketch of the item that you are hunting. Link to Power Gear Manual for slide Also look in the electric bay driver side front of coach. My Endeavor also had a plastic box in the upper part of the storage bay near the rear tire on passenger side. I don't remember it containing anything other than the Vehicle Data Controller, and two other boxes. I thought those were for the transmission and engine. Might be worth a look there also. You might also ask on the IRV2 site in the forum for Monaco coach owners as there are a number of Holiday Rambler owners that read that forum. Good luck with your search. Fred
fcooper 01/05/20 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Back up camera

We spliced in a new camera. using a Kenwood CMOS - 130 and the wires in coach I have an older setup tube type monitor and rear camera in my 05 that is in black and white. If I install a new camera and flat screen monitor that’s in color will the existing wiring work in color? Yes the existing wiring will work for color if you can find adapters or splice the ends. Fred
fcooper 12/29/19 07:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seriously looking at a late 90's HR Endeavor

We owned a 2000 Holiday Rambler Endeavor built on a Freightliner Chassis. This was probably one of the last units on the Freightliner as Monaco switched to their own chassis sometime in 2000. Over 11 years and 60000 miles, it was a good solid unit. It had the cat 3126 engine and 6 speed allison transmission. Some of the Endeavors came with a smaller cummins with a little less power. The cat 3126 towed our Honda Odyssey with ease. I don't know which years saw changes, but I drove a 1999 model and it was virtually identical to our 2000 model. Some of the older models had instrument panels that would not allow repair or replacement of one indicator. The whole panel would have to be replaced, or an alternate method of getting that info would have to be installed (ie new temp or oil pressure guage installed outside the instrument cluster). My motorhome came with marginal tires for the load being carried. The original owner kept having blowouts on the left front tire. When I weighed the coach, I found the left front was running overloaded due to the slide weight being on the driver side. An upgrade in tire size cured that problem. The Freightliner chassis is well supported, and Freightliner maintains a free help desk with well trained people to help you with problems encountered with the chassis. I never had a problem getting parts from them either (the location in Gaffney, SC). If I can help with other questions, just ask. I still have the detailed maintenance log if you want to see what I encountered. Good luck with your search. Fred
fcooper 07/22/19 09:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Foggy Windows

I was wondering if anyone has tried taking out one of the panes and just putting one back in with some molding and or caulk to hold it in? Unfortunately, this is the same amount of work as fixing it properly if you buy the spacer and sealant.
fcooper 04/20/19 07:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: fuel trouble

The Freightliner Help Desk will help you troubleshoot this problem. CUSTOMER SUPPORT CENTER 1-800-FTL-HELP (1-800-385-4357) [email protected] When you call, have the last 6 digits of you VIN number handy because they will ask for that to allow lookup of your chassis info. Up through 2016 this was a free service, so I assume it is still free. These folks have helped me several times. Fred
fcooper 04/20/19 07:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What cellular company?

Dw and I have Total Wireless on Verizon towers. Unlimited talk and text and 15GB data for $60 month for two lines. Great service. We have the same plan from Total Wireless, and very happy. You do have to bring your own phone or buy one of theirs.
fcooper 02/11/19 10:03pm Technology Corner
RE: False Tire PSI Reading

I would try a new valve stem core in the existing valve stem.
fcooper 02/11/19 09:52pm Tow Vehicles
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