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Old 06-01-2016, 05:53 PM   #1
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Need Advice - RV Wiring Repairs Jacksonville

Where is the best place to get a wiring/electrical issue fixed in Jacksonville, Florida. The coach will not start and seems to be a result of a bad wire/power to the fuse box. I have a 2003 National Dolphin 5320, w22 with 8.1l Chevy.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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There is a place at 207 and I95 near you that works on all trucks and rvs. I think it is continental truck. I used them once but they are expensive. Maybe call campingworld or general rv. There is a trucking company at I10 and edgewood that is freightliner trucks. Just north of I10 off commonwealth and I295 is a cummins and Onan shop. Lastly there is a guy that does rv repairs and he is mobile.
I fid a google search for "mobile rv repair jacksonville" and there are about 8 mobile rv repair companies.
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