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Old 08-21-2014, 12:11 PM   #1
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1988 Holiday Rambler

Hello All, Myself and a couple buddies purchased a 32' Class A Holiday Rambler a few years back and use it 6-8 times a year to Tailgate Ohio State Football Games. The RV travels approximately 2-300 miles a year. I am somewhat handy with engine and RV repair as I have a background in Power Plant Maintenance. My partners know how to put gas in and drive, that is the extent of their knowledge, so not much help there. The issue I am having is locating the master cylinder for the braking system. I know this may be a illy question from someone who claims to have a maintenance background but I am having trouble. The brakes are soft and I would like to be able to check the fluid level prior to having to take it to a repair shop. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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To check the fluid 2 ways over the drivers wheel this is how I do it second remove the dog house cover look under drivers seat what time do you get off work ill email my cell number
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Thanks so much for the reply, I live an hour away from where we store the RV and will be back over to take a look on Monday mid morning.
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Old 08-22-2014, 09:11 PM   #4
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What chassis does it have? The most common in 88 were from Ford and GM. They are not in the same location, or mine were not.
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Hello Kirk, This is a Ford chassis.
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Hello All, Myself and a couple buddies purchased a 32' Class A Holiday Rambler a few years back and use it 6-8 times a year to Tailgate Ohio State Football Games. The RV travels approximately 2-300 miles a year. I am somewhat handy with engine and RV repair as I have a background in Power Plant Maintenance. My partners know how to put gas in and drive, that is the extent of their knowledge, so not much help there. The issue I am having is locating the master cylinder for the braking system. I know this may be a illy question from someone who claims to have a maintenance background but I am having trouble. The brakes are soft and I would like to be able to check the fluid level prior to having to take it to a repair shop. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
I hope you find your answers. In the mean time, keep that thing in bucky land. Lets Go SPARTANS
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