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Old 05-07-2014, 05:15 PM   #1
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Help - my hydraulic reservoir tank broke at the inlet. New on here on the 8th. Removing the filter and such and ding the inlet hose connector. 45 degree 1 inch NPT connector. Cannot find a new one. Have not called RV Chassis Parts, closed for the day. Will call AM, hoping some place like Grainger etc would have the part. I am currently located in Savannah.

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How the reservoir broke! Cummins Jacksonville drop the Coach from the lift. Broke the tag axel shocks, air spring, and two hatch doors. In the lifting process damaged the drivers side, had to be repainted by Dick Gore (excellent job). This was back in October and still fixing the problems..

This was after the service manger stated "We work on engine's not motorhomes" I was their for electrical problems Cummins could not find. Problem: coolant sensor wicking into the ECM! CHECK YOU COOLANT SENSOR!
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Help - my hydraulic reservoir tank broke at the inlet. New on here on the 8th. Removing the filter and such and ding the inlet hose connector. 45 degree 1 inch NPT connector. Cannot find a new one. Have not called RV Chassis Parts, closed for the day. Will call AM, hoping some place like Grainger etc would have the part. I am currently located in Savannah.

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How the reservoir broke! Cummins Jacksonville drop the Coach from the lift. Broke the tag axel shocks, air spring, and two hatch doors. In the lifting process damaged the drivers side, had to be repainted by Dick Gore (excellent job). This was back in October and still fixing the problems..

This was after the service manger stated "We work on engine's not motorhomes" I was their for electrical problems Cummins could not find. Problem: coolant sensor wicking into the ECM! CHECK YOU COOLANT SENSOR!
I hope you are keeping track of the repairs so your attorney or you in small claims court can be reimbursed. I personnaly would call the owner of the shop and tell them they broke it they fix it.
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Most cities and larger towns have hydraulic repair shops. Fittings are largely standard and readily available, but RV dealers and engine or tranny shops may not know much about them.
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