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Old 07-10-2011, 06:25 PM   #1
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Hello I'm new and not sure if I'm doing this correctly, but am hoping I may share some of what I've learned about our 03 monaco Windsor and beg your help with some things I'struggleling with. I need to know the phone number of the new Monaco. Also I'm in the middle of dealing with the fuel sending unit which recently stays above full. Thanks
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Old 07-10-2011, 08:23 PM   #2
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Welcome 56corvette,
Tell us what your struggling with. Somebody here can probably help you.
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Old 07-10-2011, 10:36 PM   #3
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Old 07-11-2011, 10:52 AM   #4
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Thanks for the response giving info about reaching monaco tech help. It's so great to finally have someone to discuss issue with our 03 windsor. We bought this new, keep it in a heated garage and it only has 26000 miles. We thought about selling and buying somthing smaller but after learning the value of ours, looking at smaller and knowing the condition of ours, it looks like we'll just keep what we have. With this in mind, we are wanting to get advise on some mant. issues. When reading the red, whitescripted and black roadmaster chassis mant., it's overwhelming to do everything they say on a yearly basis. I'm wondering which is for real and which was scripted to encourage returns to dealers to further their income. For example, cummins in 2009, perfored all service on on our 370. As of today we have about 4000 miles on that service. Cummins in Hubbard, ohio, assured me that oil and filters do not need replaced before 10000 miles. They check the chemical conditions of the radiator fluid each year and now say this fall we should flush and replace. My point in all this is I know the service manager personally so I know I'm getting the truth and not what is in the best interest of cummins. Another example. Allison is on the same property as cummins and they told me, the transmission needs no attention before 100000 miles. I new an old diesel mechanic that use to service my equipment years ago saying "If it ant't on the floor, it's in the truck". Thanks for letting me vent on this subject and I'm quessing comments will be varied. It's hard for those without a mechanical background to not constantly worry and fret about these mant. books that they're not relaxing and enjoying their motorhome.

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