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elibedarn

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    2002 Georgie Boy Cruise Master
    34 foot 2 slides
    V10 Ford
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  1. elibedarn

    ABS BRAKE CONTROL MODULE

    Unfortunately Module master does not rebuild my unit which they determined to be a Kelsey-Hayes 310 model.
  2. Ford 2001. Anyone experience a shudder in overdrive? One mechanic thinks changing the torque-converter would solve this issue. Ford sold me a small tube of, Motorcraft additive friction modifier, which did not work, or maybe I have not given it sufficient time. Any ideas is appreciated.
  3. elibedarn

    ABS BRAKE CONTROL MODULE

    Thank you for responding. Yes tried, Napa. Could not find any web suppliers that carried this unit. One site however, drops the F-53 showing it as a 550 Super Duty. Wondering if the parts are interchangeable. I also tried this web site, https://circuitboardmedics.com/kelsey-hayes-325-abs-module-repair-c0265-ebcm/ Right about driving without ABS. I grew up that way. I prefer the ABS system be in working order.
  4. elibedarn

    ABS BRAKE CONTROL MODULE

    Thank you so very much for guidance on this issue. I really appreciate your input.
  5. elibedarn

    ABS BRAKE CONTROL MODULE

    2001 Ford F-53 determined to have a faulty ABS Control Module. Ford Part # 4C3Z-2C219-CARM is obsolete. I have exhausted the internet search for aftermarket replacement. Anyone used an electronic shop for repairing this unit?
  6. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    Maybe Herman can help change your lift pump.
  7. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    Thank you for taking time to respond. It comforting to know I will not have an overheating problem. Gaining knowledge about fiberglass exhaust wrap is very helpful. I will research that. Today I purchased materials from these folks; https://www.sailorssolutions.com/index.asp?page=ProductDetails&Item=SPM06
  8. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    State by State and very good guidance at this web site; https://phiaton.com/are-headphones-illegal-while-driving/
  9. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    I appreciate your suggestion. I had not considered researching boaters forums until you mentioned it. In so doing I found this web site that gives good insight to sound proofing materials for engine noise reduction. http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/f55/sound-proofing-engine-compartment-tips-58028.html Very kind of you to respond. Thank you for the tip.
  10. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    A great solution. I have not researched the cost of a diesel pusher however I am betting it cost a bit more than insulation for the engine housing and or the headset. What could I do with all that left over monies! Thank you for your suggestion. You are almost as funny as Herman.................which is a good thing!!!
  11. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    You are humorous in pointing out our issue. Generally by early afternoon my dry throat has had enough of loud talk across the cabin. Can it be I am the only one........................... Thanks, love your response
  12. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    I agree compartment insulation is the way to go, if it does not create unusual retention of engine heat. I am lost on that issue, if it is one. I will talk to a mechanic regarding overheating of engine by reflective insulation. Five; following your advice I researched product lines for boat engine housing and ordered the following product, https://www.sailorssolutions.com/index.asp?page=ProductDetails&Item=SPM06 Thank you again for your input.
  13. elibedarn

    Communicating while driving a Class A

    Motorcyclist use these and other types while riding. Some units permit communicating six or more riders. You can listen to music, gps and intercom with other people. I am guessing it is legal, but it is a guess. Something to research. Thank You
  14. Cab a bit noisy while driving. Thinking of using a pair of, Sena Technologies SPH10 Bluetooth Headset and Intercom, while driving. Have any of you used these? They are presented as motorcycle usable. In addition some find it nice when parking a large boat. I suspect they would be equally helpful when backing into a tight space avoiding the spouses flagging arms. The second thought is in lieu of a headset maybe padding the engine housing. If I were to install foil back self adhesive insulation on the engine side of the dog house would this create to much heat reflection back to the engine? Your thought on either or both. Thank You.
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