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Old 03-09-2014, 07:04 PM   #1
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2001 ItascaCD Engine??

Just purchased a 2001 Itasca Horizon CD. It has a rear radiator. I could not find where to look at motor 330HP Cat. Is there any access? Any special concerns to check when i pick it up? Thanks for your help. Great Forum

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Visual access is from underneath or through the hatch that is in the rear closet floor. If you open the doors or door on the rear there will be a place to check and add oil for engine and trans.

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You can get access to the engine under the bed. There are two panels you can remove. These panels give you the access needed to get to the top of the engine. Just three bolts hold each of the panels on. You should also take a look under the engine at the oil pan. They have been know to have rust problems. You should really like the way the MH drives. I have the sister MH a 2001 Journey 36 DL.

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