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devildog1971

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I have the books from the motorhome the one on transmissions cop mrs the allison 3000 and allison 4000 does not say which one it is the ISC engine. Need to check transmission fluid where do you check it at I have the warning light on all oil is alright and full drives alright thinking it is a bad sensor. ( I guess the frustration is being disabled and trying to do everything my self). Cummins dealer will eat up your wallet fast. the book with the r v states this light is a fluid check light it is the 3000 series Allison and the 8.3 Cummins at least found that in the last book last page the first owners hand writing

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Please use proper format for your post so we may understand what you are trying to say.

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devildog1971 wrote:

I have the books from the motorhome the one on transmissions cop mrs the allison 3000 and allison 4000 does not say which one it is the ISC engine. Need to check transmission fluid where do you check it at I have the warning light on all oil is alright and full drives alright thinking it is a bad sensor. ( I guess the frustration is being disabled and trying to do everything my self). Cummins dealer will eat up your wallet fast. the book with the r v states this light is a fluid check light it is the 3000 series Allison and the 8.3 Cummins at least found that in the last book last page the first owners hand writing

Allison 3000 fluid level can be checked right on the shift pad and if you have the manual, it explains how to do that. I would assume that a 4000 does the same.


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Go Here for details on how to check fluid levels

Here is a Video
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fluid check

click on fluid check for instructions

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The ISC should have the 3000 attached to it.


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Periods, commas and better sentence structure would help members to respond.


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All correct answers.

You have the 3000 transmission and checking fluid level from the shift pad (ONLY when transmission up to operating temperature) is super easy.


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