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Old 06-27-2016, 08:45 PM   #15
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Jeep Puller--access to top of engine for 40ft coaches is behind bed, below closet. 2003 and older 40ft have small access door; 04/05 an newer, the entire floor between closet and bed, and carpeted wall under closet is removed [screws holding floor/wall in place are a b---- to findin the carpet. For 38ft and shorter coaches, the bed raises up--so I am told.....

Scout, '05 38' FDTS, bed does not raise up, floor from bed and under closet removes for access to top of engine.
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For 38s and shorter, thought head of bed was against rear wall of back cap and closet [wardrobe] was in a slide on the driver's side of bedroom--if not, my bad....
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Fuel leak think it is the fuel pump?

38's have head of bed on DS slide, closet is at rear, no worries.
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