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Old 01-30-2016, 10:02 PM   #15
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Just curious, what caused your transmission to fail with such low mileage?

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Old 02-01-2016, 09:54 AM   #16
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Ray - When our Allison stopped working I was told by the rebuild place there was a known fault in that model and they go out. That cost 7,000. All but 200 was paid by XtraRide. This was two weeks before the extended warranty expired. Plus AAA sent a huge tow truck 100 miles that towed me 130 miles to the rebuilder. The reason I mention this is AAA by the contract is only liable to tow 20 miles.

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Originally Posted by B Bob View Post
Some Cummins motors on CC motorhomes have had issues with the power take off (PTO). Yours has likely already been fixed if it has 95,000 miles on it.
The PTO is off the transmission, not the engine and, according to my owners manual, is on both the CAT transmission and Allison trans. This one powers the cooling fan. There is a second one on the engine that powers the steering.
But the OP's may be different as our manual only covers the 625 hp Cat and 600 and 650 hp Cummins.

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