I do not own a Winnebago motor coach. Some of this may not be correct, but you'll get the general idea.
1. Drain the fresh, grey and black tanks.
2. Open the low point drains (close after no more water comes out)
3. If you have a water heater with a tank, drain it.
4. Full tank of diesel, add a can of fuel additive that prevents mold/mildew.
5. Dump the air
6. Keep the jacks retracted
7. Tires at maximum PSI. Write down what they are suppose to be at so you do not forget. Tape the info to the steering wheel.
8. Dress the tires with your favorite tire dressing. Standing still is the most difficult thing a tire does.
9. Cover the tires.
10. Clean the outside of the coach.
11. Clean the inside of the coach.
12. Leave all the faucets open.
13 Contact Winnebago as to when the batteries charge via the solar panel. And as to the correct position of the chassis and coach disconnect switches. Newmar may be different so I will not make a recommendation.
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