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Old 02-25-2012, 02:57 PM   #1
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Question slide out problems

We have a 2003 Gulfstream Yellowstone Quadro (have had it for 1 month). We put the slides out okay,but when we closed it the slide on the passenger rear side, don't want to come in. Looked in the manual and nothing iin there to tell where the fuse box is. Also we can't figure out how o get the air horn to work, the other regular horn works fine. Is this a on going problem or is it a easy to fix kind of thing? Please let us know
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Old 02-25-2012, 06:04 PM   #2
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Hi happy home,
Welcome to iRV2. Because your question is unique to the Brand and model of your coach. consider posting this question in the Gulfstream Owners Forum. On the iRV2 main page, scroll about 1/2 way down the page. There you'll find the Owners forums. I suggest this because nobody knows your coach like someone who owns one just like yours.
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You should have a right rear compartment with relay and fuses. Do you know what slideout system is in the coach? Have you made sure the drivers seat is fully forward? Is the bed part of this slideout? Do you have a voltmeter or test light for checking circuits?
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Howdy and welcome to the forum "happy home". Hope you enjoy the site and for sure get your issue resolved. I'm sure you'll get the information you need to resovle the problem. Enjoy your future travels, be safe and Happy Motoring!!!
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it is not the bed slide out. the right rear compartment has fuses for only transmission. The drivers seat is all the way forward and park brake is engaged. Don't know the name of the slide out system. Checked all compartments and nothing is saying anything about fuses for slide out
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I have an 04 rexair. Had the same problem. Ended up being the switch. Check that all wires are tight. Then use a multi meter to check voltage. Good luck.
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it is not the bed slide out. the right rear compartment has fuses for only transmission. The drivers seat is all the way forward and park brake is engaged. Don't know the name of the slide out system. Checked all compartments and nothing is saying anything about fuses for slide out
Are there cables on the slide out? Can you use a multimeter?
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Are you still connect on electricite if not i will try to start my géné to give
more power for the batteries
i Have to do this sometimes
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