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About f442485

  • Birthday 07/11/1948

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    San Bernardino, California
  • Interests
    Stock car racing, hunting and fishing, off roading
  • I travel
    Full-time in my motorhome

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  1. katpsmiyh, they were closed, so i could not call. I'll call tomorrow and ask more questions, post more info.
  2. Just read an article about a tire enhancement product called Rettroband. Looks like a very good idea. Is there anyone out there that has had them installed on their coach and God forbid has anyone had a blowout while using them. There is a video on there web site, where they rigged a divice on the left front tire to cause a blowout. It looked like it worked rather well. Just looking for some more info. The web page is www.rettroband.com and the ad is on page 75 in the September issue of Family RVing.
  3. I had the same issue. it was a dirty/loose connection at the start capacitor.
  4. If you are asking me about Triangle tires, no i have not heard of them. My tire guy has, but he said that no one in Southern California stocks them.
  5. Hercules Strong Guard, sorry,i did not read your whole post.
  6. My Hercules are 275/70R-22.5
  7. I had Hancook tires when we bought the coach, but they timed out. We replaced the tires with Hercules tires and the ride and noise remained about the same. the only difference that i noticed was the wandering almost went away.
  8. We basically had the same issue. It turned out to be a defective pressure sensor. The sensor is located in the air line at the park brake valve. it was very easy to replace. Mine was a three wire sensor and I understand there is a two wire sensor that was also used. Hope this helps.
  9. The wiring diagram is what Holiday Rambler/Monaco have in their Manual. Hope this helps
  10. i'm trying to figure out how to send a diagram via my phone. When i do, i;ll send it to you
  11. I looks like a shielded cable, maybe the temp probe. look and see if the same looking cable is connected to your converter. I have a complete wiring diagram for my 2004 Endeavor and the only odd looking cable is the temp probe
  12. Sounds like you might have a ground issue. What are the four wires that are being used, right turn/brake, left turn/brake, running lights and a ground or are you using the converter box that is mounted on the coach. I'm assuming, from your post, that the turn signals are not the same as the brake lights. The converter box may not be compatible with your cr-v.
  13. There are very few pull outs on that stretch of highway and a couple of fuel stops between Vegas and St. George. I have pulled that stretch many many many times. I prefer to drive in the early morning or late afternoon thru there. We usually start/stop at the Cracker Barrel in St. George
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