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Old 03-05-2017, 01:57 PM   #1
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During my trip home i hit a bump thus knocking a relay or so into the fan ... not good engine immediately shut off will not start now im lookong for answers as to what this is and where i might get another.
Its a Rexhall 97 Vision 25'
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Have vin number and chassis number in front of me however were new to owning and severly need any help it was meant to get my fiance out more she has agoraphobia. I can give more info if needed attaching pics now.Click image for larger version

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Looks like one of the Main multiple electrical connectors the factory uses to make a 20 point connection and then locks in place. Lever lower right. I would think it will be a factory part only? You could replace it your self but may need a special wire release tool to release the wires to replace them into the new connector
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Factory part only ? So Chevrolet? Im a little lost there .
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I was thinking what factory i would have to go through to get it or a salvage yard etc
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Let me ask the one question, should have started her first. Does the piece have multiple wires connected to it? If so What ever engine manufacture you have that is the supplier that will have the connection you are looking for. I see that you have stated Chevy so I would call local chevy parts dept or better yet drive down talk in person and while explaining your problem you too can look at the parts screen with the counter parts guy and confirm your part while looking at the screen with him. Year, engine number, size engine. Am I making any since
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Yeah its a chassis part it has multiple wires to it and multiple relays
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If the sixth number of your 17 digit chassis VIN # is either a "3" or a "5", then you have a P32 chassis made by GM/Chevy. Your best source of help will be Jon Brazel at:
www.ultrarvproducts.com
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That's a standard Bosch relay that can be bought at any Autozone or O'Reillys. You can also use the one next to it till you get home. It maybe the fuel pump relay.
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That's a standard Bosch relay that can be bought at any Autozone or O'Reillys. You can also use the one next to it till you get home. It maybe the fuel pump relay.
I agree
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That's a standard Bosch relay that can be bought at any Autozone or O'Reillys. You can also use the one next to it till you get home. It maybe the fuel pump relay.
They should also be mounted on the bulkhead, not loose like that.
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