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Old 03-09-2005, 11:29 AM   #1
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I just had to have a new power control module installed in a 2004 Fleetwood Terra 32S. THe RV would only run for a few seconds and then shut off. My dash air hasn't worked since I purchased the RV new. Has anyone else had either of these problems? Thks. Walt
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I just had to have a new power control module installed in a 2004 Fleetwood Terra 32S. THe RV would only run for a few seconds and then shut off. My dash air hasn't worked since I purchased the RV new. Has anyone else had either of these problems? Thks. Walt
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Walby:
Has anyone else had either of these problems? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Walt, We have rarely seen anyone with a bad PCM however I have had A/C problems. We found either a vacuum leak at the control panel or a lack of refrigerant. Take the RV to a reputable AC Tech and he should be able to check the pressures and go from there.
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Thks on the PCM since it's replacement I've had no more problems. But the dash A/C won't even power on, no light comes on dash unit like it isn't getting power.
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The dash a/c is a complicated affair because it is part Workhorse and part Fleetwood. Workhorse supplies the compressor and related parts but the dashboard controls, fans, ducting, etc. is supplied by Fleetwood. Either one could be the cause of your problem. If your Terra is under warranty, I would start from that end since you say it does not even appear to run. If not under warranty, then I would take it to an a/c shop and get a dignosis. If the a/c runs but the air does not cold, I would start from the Workhorse end and ask them to do the diagnosis and repair if it is a Workhorse warranteed part.

The compressor on my W22 just "self-destructed" one day when I turned it on, breaking the clutch and tearing up the drive belt. Workhorse replaced it under warranty without a question.
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Thanks, I have it scheduled to go in for Fleetwood repairs Monday, maybe they can figure it out.
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