Originally Posted by TRD
I would inquire as to why it needs a clutch fan. Is it running hot? Most of the time, overheating is radiator related or can be a number of reasons that is more expensive than just a fan.
I am looking at buying this motor home it is adverted as The interior is clean and in good shape. The exterior is in fair shape. The engine is a Chevy 454 with 78,000 miles on it. It runs well, but needs a fan clutch which causes it to hesitate briefly at high speeds. Both AC units work, refrigerator, stove, shower, toilet and sinks all work great. Water heater needs thermal couple, coach heater needs to be serviced. The generator works. Good tread on all 6 tires. With a little tlc
I want to be sure as to exactly what costs I am looking at. as I am mainly looking at it for my parents to commute from PA to AZ in and to live in it while there for several months possibly a year or two. while I put their house on market and a new one is set up on lot. My mother is terrified it will break down on way to AZ or leak or not work while they are staying in it. She is a BIG "I told you this would happen" "this is why I didn't want to do this" person she will never ever stop harping on it if it breaks down. My plan was to then use it to sell my house and live in it while commuting about every from PA to FL between kids/grandkids homes and an occasional trip to AZ to visit parents & brother out there. so it will get some long distance road use. I just don't want to be looking at super high costs right off and something that can be bleeding my bank account right off.