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Old 12-20-2014, 09:50 PM   #1
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Smile Booster/Circulation Pump Replacement

If you need the Circulation Pump replaced on a Country Coach motorhome .

The pump is made by MP.
The current part number is 34258.
The best price I found was $250 + $14.50 ship from
"A Parts Warehouse" at A Parts Warehouse - School Bus Parts.
I ordered on Sunday. They shipped on Monday. I got it on Friday.
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Old 12-20-2014, 10:04 PM   #2
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Bluegrass, you are correct in that these things are expensive, especially for what they are. I did a quick look and found one for 335! On eBay there is one for a few dollars less that the one you found but that included shipping.

Which one of your pumps failed, the one in the front, the one on the rear rail, or the one in the Hurricane bay?

If it was the one on the rear frame, you should reroute the hoses so that you can mount the pump with the motor on top. That way, if the seal leaks, coolant won't run into the motor.
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My pump is located on the drivers side frame rail beside the Allison transmission. The suggestion to change the mounting to have the motor above the pump sounds like a good idea.

I don't have a Hurricane heater. As far as I know I only have the one circulation pump. Should I be looking for another pump up front on my 2002 Allure 36'?
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Old 12-21-2014, 09:22 AM   #4
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I had Country Coach replace both circulating pumps last year when they replaced all the coolant lines. Both pumps were bad. They look different than yours, though. $387 for each pump and $105 each for labor.
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"Should I be looking for another pump up front on my 2002 Allure 36'?"

I rally don't know if you have another pump or not but I would bet on it. If you do, it will be up front somewhere most likely on the pax side. Might have to turn on your dash heat and listen for the pump running. Another place to look is behind the blank panel in front of the pax seat. Behind the panel you will also find the control for the HWH leveling system.

If it isn't running, you will have to play hide and seek. This always fun as you never know what you might discover
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I removed the rear pump.

Front pump still works and water heating enroute still works.

We try not to need the dash heater very often by traveling in warm places. But, we can still get heat from the dash heater on 30 degree days.
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