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Old 07-11-2007, 06:26 AM   #1
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Is the black tank vent location on the driver's side of the coach on 2000 Alpines?
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Is the black tank vent location on the driver's side of the coach on 2000 Alpines?
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Tom and Laurel,

I just had the doors open to the black and gray tanks on our 2000, build date of 10/99. I think the black tank exits the passenger side by the refer vent. Actually on the roof, I can only remember the one vent.
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I took the access cover off tonight and found the gray tank vents on the driver's side so the black tank must be the vent on the passenger's side.
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