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Old 07-24-2016, 11:01 AM   #1
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repair manuel for 2005 Coachmen Captiva

Hi, I currently own a 2005 Coachmen Captiva and am looking for repair manuels (not Owners Manuel ) for the trailer.. In particular I am looking for the slideout adjustment procedure and the wiring scematic for the Power glide slide out motor.. Over a year ago I had to remove the interior so I could replace the floor as it had rotted out from an unseen leak.. and nearing the finishing of the replacement floor and noticed that the slide out seal is not sealing properly.. when I went to hook up wiring I found that the connectors on the motor/switche/relay had become disconnected.. while I am not an electrical genius I can follow a diagram... I have contacted Forestriver (formerly Coachmen) and my local dealer where I purchased the trailer and they were no help.. any suggestions would be appreciated .. Thank-you Duane..
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you need to find the motor/transmission of your slide out.. not trailer mfg..


then look on the internet by brand name of slide unit drive.
I did find some info for mine.. but I do not know what drive you have.


I have a 2005 Coachmen Cascade 29FKCS.
. my slide out drive is made by Power Gear.


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you need to find the motor/transmission of your slide out.. not trailer mfg..


then look on the internet by brand name of slide unit drive.
I did find some info for mine.. but I do not know what drive you have.


I have a 2005 Coachmen Cascade 29FKCS.
. my slide out drive is made by Power Gear.


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Thank you Chuck , my motor is a Power Gear. P/N 522802. Is this what you think I need ? Thank you in advance for your thoughts. Duane
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Thank you Chuck , my motor is a Power Gear. P/N 522802. Is this what you think I need ? Thank you in advance for your thoughts. Duane
go to the Power Gear web site. and using your part number.. download the service manual.
if you can not find it by part number... look at some that have a print date near your trailer production date.

very few different controllers.
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