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  • Birthday 04/12/1953

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  1. Bypass the box for testing purpose, if it works then get a ARP controller to replace the box. Check out the link below. https://www.arprv.com/
  2. Yep a blank screen usually means the black box tripped. The red light on means it's tripped. Strong magnet to reset by holding it near the light for 5 seconds. You should hear a couple of clicks and the red light will go out.
  3. 18 cubic feet to 12 cubic is only 33% less.
  4. On my 06 I have a disabled switch for the ATC on the console and accidentally switched it off one time. Same thing happen, warning lights came on. I soon figured out later what I did.
  5. I noticed in their videos to use loctite and be sure to tighten fully. I bet it's to cover their butts if it came loose. Yep, it will be your fault, not theirs.
  6. When you flush the brake fluid I recommend upgrading to DOT 4 or even better DOT 5.1 but not DOT 5 which is silicone based. These have a higher boiling point than DOT 3 and recommended by many brake manufacturers. DOT 5.1 is used in high-performance and heavy-duty applications due to its high boiling point. It’s compatible with DOT 3 and DOT 4 fluid There's also certain brake pads recommended for trucks such as semi metallic or carbon metallic but don't used ceramic brake pads on trucks. Follow the link for more information on brake fluid. https://blog.amsoil.com/dot-3-and-dot-4-brake-fluid-whats-the-difference/
  7. The biggest problem with my coach as many is there a rear radiator. The fan there has a tendency to suck rocks into the radiator and damage it. To protect the radiator the manufacture install a belly screen to stop the rocks. What happens is those rocks roll across the screen and come out between the bumper and the factory rock guard with your toad gets blasted. What the "sweeper" do is catch those rocks below the bumper and direct them down to the ground where they belong. I had the old factory rock guard and it was a big failure and was also like dragging a anchor in the water. If you have a side radiator and good mud flaps behind the rear wheels you don't need either of them. Also neither will protect your toad from getting dirty from rain or dust.
  8. I replaced my coach rock guard with this. Works very good for rocks.
  9. This flexible connector solves all problems at campground sewage connection. https://www.amazon.com/Camco-39319-Flexible-RhinoExtreme-Connection/dp/B07FJFZPHL/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_263_t_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=Z37Q6WW8MYZWHBGKN39K
  10. Seems like too much oil with the blue smoke. Check shop manual on checking oil level. Some diesel manufactures want it check at operating temperature after sitting about 10 minutes
  11. Be sure to select AGM at your inverter/charger remote for the house batteries.
  12. I would disconnect the whole cylinder assemble and bench test it before reinstalling. Use new screws with loctite if they are not broken off.
  13. Did you pull radiator and CAC off to clean them. If you can, remove the thermostat and fill the engine with antifreeze until level with thermostat opening then reinstall thermostat. Afterwards fill as much as you can with antifreeze then you have less chance of air pockets.
  14. We had a Buffalo 10 ton military surplus that started on gas then switch to diesel. That forklift was a beast and we use it mostly lifting wrecked cars by the side and moving where we wanted. It was a WWII item. Link similar what we had. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LsBOw3txME
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