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Old 06-21-2014, 07:03 PM   #1
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1994 Holiday Rambler Free Spirit 5th Wheel

We are needing a service manual for our 1994 HR Free Spirit 5th wheel TT. We are having issues with the electrical systems, both inside for lights and outside with the wiring harness. We also need a fender, not the wheel well and the TT is 26'. Can anyone direct us to the right documentation or website? Thank you for any help at all.

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Old 06-22-2014, 08:08 AM   #2
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First, congrats on your purchase, and welcome to IRV2!

Re: the manuals, I'll be surprised if you find much, and even more if you found what you're after and it included any info you were after. The user manuals are generally pretty generic. If you have specific questions, fire away. Answers/ideas you get are the house specialty!

Re: the fender, have you tried a Holiday Rambler dealer? If you can locate one that's been around a while, wouldn't surprise me a bit if they could come up with one.

Best of luck!
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