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Old 03-25-2015, 09:42 PM   #1
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Coach in shop

Put the coach in for service last Monday. Had a water leak down by the water pump. A cold water leak turned into a all the time leak, but it's getting fixed to the tune of $1300+, But it has to get fixed. Once we get it back it's over to Stewart and Stevenson for transmission service.
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Let's hope those are the only unexpected repairs.
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Got it back from Cat today. New water pump, full service, and corrected the coolant gage that was reading 20 degrees too high. About $2,600--not too bad!
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Yesterday we took the coach from Caterpillar to Stewart and Stevenson for transmission service. Didn't take long--got it back this morning. Service with Transynd ended up about $1,050, but the coach runs like a dream!
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