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Old 03-11-2014, 01:35 PM   #1
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Fresh water pump?

I'm working on a '94 Holiday Rambler Navigator and I can't find the fresh water pump. Can anyone point me?
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I suggest you turn it on, open a faucet, and listen. It shouldn't be too hard to track down. The pump is usually close to the water tank, so you could start in that area if it isn't working.
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It doesn't work, henceforth that plan won't work.
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I think mine is in the driver side service bay where you drain tanks, etc. You will probably have to remove a panel to get to it. If it's like mine, you may be able to see it if you get down low and look under the stainless panel. There is a gap.
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Mine is under our bed next to the water tank.
Just a thought.
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Old 03-11-2014, 03:52 PM   #6
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I'm working on a '94 Holiday Rambler Navigator and I can't find the fresh water pump. Can anyone point me?
My '97 has it above the propane in 1st compartment after front wheel, driver's side. You have to duck down to see it.
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Start at the water tank and follow the piping. Mine is right next to the tank.
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Found it, and indeed it was in the wet bay. I had to remove a panel way back in there and dig deep.

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