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Old 08-06-2011, 08:39 AM   #1
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Squeak

We have a 2002 Itasca Suncruizer that has a bad Squeak under the comode area on the passenger side of the coach. I have had the floor check and its not been caused by a leak. We have lubricated all the springs and joints and we just can't seem to fine it. Has anyone had the same problem or any idea's how to correct it.
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Old 08-06-2011, 08:49 AM   #2
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I had a noise in my dash that wound up coming from above instead. I swore it was in my dash so did others. So look up---just a chance in a closed location.

Have some one create the noise and another person/persons go or be everywhere (open basement doors outside, listen and look) to pin point the noise exact.

Good luck these are pesky.
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Could it be the black tank squeaking? Maybe it is rubbing against something, are the mounting brackets are loose?. If so, maybe the squeak would change tone if the tank was full verses empty.
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I hear the squeak when I walk back toward the bedroom.
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Old 08-06-2011, 06:26 PM   #5
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Jeagle, My 2002 Suncruiser 35u had the same squeak. Look in the outside storage compartment (use flashlight) on the right side under the bedroom.Have someone walk or bounce on floor inside.You may see floor flexing slightly. The 1" square metal beam (horizontal) under the floor is too long a span with no middle support. I cut a 1" x 2" board (about 9 3/8" long, measure first) and wedged it vertically to add a support post. Squeak fixed!
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Jeagle, My 2002 Suncruiser 35u had the same squeak. Look in the outside storage compartment (use flashlight) on the right side under the bedroom.Have someone walk or bounce on floor inside.You may see floor flexing slightly. The 1" square metal beam (horizontal) under the floor is too long a span with no middle support. I cut a 1" x 2" board (about 9 3/8" long, measure first) and wedged it vertically to add a support post. Squeak fixed!
Thanks so much I will try that.
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