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Old 07-01-2008, 03:50 PM   #15
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yes this is something rather easy to convert over... we just need you to call in so we can get some information about your coach then we can ship you a replacement tm-102 (control box) and the replacement sensors... you just need to un-thread the stock sensors and thread the new ones in... they use all the same wiring and it is a simple project that can be completed in a couple hours... just give us a call at the office if your interested or have any more questions and we can get you taken care of... 541-967-8111 thanks
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the sensor is designed to read plumbing bay temperature not outside... wrv placed the sensor outside anyways and that was their choice....not much we can do about that but in other OEM configurations read "plumbing bay" for the temp...when an coach builder (wrv) requests we do something we just do it... thats why I just move the sensor inside and tell the customer that the "outside air temp" is really plumbing bay temp and that at least keeps it working...
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Old 07-01-2008, 06:24 PM   #17
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So that would be different than my reading "storage bay temperture". I do have what looks like a temp sensor on the inside door area of the "service bay area" it was sitting on the floor, I moved it up a little to keep it dry incase of water. There also is another black box in that compartment, but so tucked into a tight spot, I'm relectant to even turn it around to read the label. It might be the reporting module for the tire monitoring system, but I'm unsure of that.
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Old 07-02-2008, 07:19 AM   #18
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the tanks bay in front of your passenger side duals holds our system control module.. that could be where your system is getting the "storage bay temp" readings?? I will have to look into that a little more cause I cant remember off the top of my head..will you by chance be at the fmca rally in st. paul?
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No, we are going the other direction. If there is a fall rally someplace in Ore/Wa we would be interested. How about we start one for Bend, or Chehalis, WA at the TT campground up there. We could all meet, the CG folks would love it. That cg has not been real busy this whole season, and 4th looks to be busier than last year, but other than that, things look bleak.
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