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Old 03-01-2010, 09:27 PM   #43
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Any suggestions on where to get the same info above but for a 1971 D-20? I think it is a 71 as I have found both 1970 and 1971 on diffrent places from title to inside the Winne itself.
I desperately need the wiring, plumbing information as some of my wiring was removed and when I tried to test it I just popped the breaker in the house every time i plug it in.
so I need somewhere to start and have some idea of what is stock and what some one hokked up themselves as I looked at the wiring from the rear panel and it looks jumbled and self installed not very neat as I would expect from factory.
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I'm having a hard time finding a part that goes to a porch light that goes to my winnebago. It doesn't seen to be in the catalog.
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I'm having a hard time finding a part that goes to a porch light that goes to my Winnebago. It doesn't seen to be in the catalog.
I'm sure that you are looking at the right callout and you are using the correct year make and model. If you can locate a specific part, call the Parts guys over at Lichtsinn Motors if you want to buy the part. They will find it for you. The part that you are looking for maybe a part of a larger assembly.
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If it is a Winnebago brand coach, give Owner Relations a shout. They will be happy to help you out.
They sent pdf files for electrical diagrams and belt routing for my 1986 winnie. All they needed was body serial number or vin code. or@winnebagoind.com
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hi there all i just joined the site late last night i was wondering if any one might be able to direct me to where i can get a chasis manaul for my 1987 winnebago chieftain limited editionits 33'-3" any help i would be grateful
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The Electrical & Plumbing Diagrams & Parts Catalogs are invaluable. Just this week I was able to identify the parts that I needed and ordered them from Lichtsinn Parts without any problems. The entire transaction took something like 5 minutes and I was done. The parts should be sitting on my porch when we get home Sunday.

Having a swell time here at the Winnebago Itasca Travelers Rally at the Ocean Lakes Campground in Myrtle Beach. Great bunch of folks from the NC Tarwheels. There were approximately 30 persons in the room this morning for my seminar. Thanks for listening and I appreciate the invitation.
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Where is the water pump on my 1988 chiftain 22'
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I have recently purchased a 1977 Itasca and am unable to figure out how to switch from the 12 volt power that only powers the lights to the 110 that is needed for the A/C and outlets. Anyone have any ideas?
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I have a question, We bought a 1997 Itasca 31ft, brought to texas and it pulls up a 1996 Itasca. The reason given was that they go by the year that the front cab was made. All of my books and paper work says 1997, so when i need to look up things do i put 97 or 96? Iam the wife of the purchaser so I don't know much.lol We are still looking for the drain plug for the fresh water tank. About ready to do what someone said and just turn on the outside shower.
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I have a question, We bought a 1997 Itasca 31ft, brought to texas and it pulls up a 1996 Itasca. The reason given was that they go by the year that the front cab was made. All of my books and paper work says 1997, so when i need to look up things do i put 97 or 96? Iam the wife of the purchaser so I don't know much.lol We are still looking for the drain plug for the fresh water tank. About ready to do what someone said and just turn on the outside shower.
I have the same issue. It is explained in my owners manual. As far as vehicle registration goes, the state uses the VIN put on by the chassis manufacturer. If you ever deal with Winnebago, they are going to want the number they put on the RV, not the chassis number.

The drain on my 31C is under the mattress in the bedroom.

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I was wondering if there is a diagram available to show how the by-pass works. We have a 2002 Winnebago Ultimate Freedom and we have a problem with our water system... We have no hot water coming out of the taps... We have hot water, but when you turn a handle to hot, no water comes out. Turn to cold, and water comes out.....
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