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Old 04-09-2016, 10:10 AM   #1
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Engine access from the top

I have a 2006 Itasica Winneabago pusher. C7- 350 cat and I would like to get to the motor from the top. How does the floor come up. Can't seem to figure it out. It's a 40KD.

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There should be access panels in the floor in the back of the MH

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Accessing motor from rear of coach floor

Thanks for comeback.Yes I know the floor comes up but I can't figure out how it comes up. I can't see how it is held down.
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Don't know about your floor plan but ours is under the bed and there is a large metal panel that has to be unbolted and lifted out.
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On mine I have 1 screw each corner. There are in-bedded in carpet. You really have to look and feel to find them. Hope this helps
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Thanks for comeback.Yes I know the floor comes up but I can't figure out how it comes up. I can't see how it is held down.
Our last coach had four bolts hidden in the carpet in the rear of the MH. They are there, but sometimes hard to find.
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Try dragging a small magnet slowly around the carpet edges and see if it snags on a screw head. On my coach, the screws were pretty well hidden in the pile of the carpet.

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