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Old 02-16-2013, 09:50 PM   #1
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cruise control boards 1993 bounder

have a diesel pusher 1993 bad cruse control board...anyone have a diagram of it or a place i can get it repaired??

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Old 02-17-2013, 02:45 AM   #2
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Any good truck or RV repair shop that services chassis issues can diagnose your problem. Have you check all the chassis fuses? I am not sure if Fleetwood will have or if they will send the schematics for this circuit but the chassis manufacture may. The cruse controller is usually mounded in the rear engine compartment on the front fire wall or adjoining side walls under the bed. If you can get the manufacturer name and model number of of it, you may be able to do a search for the info you are looking for.

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If you have an Econo-Cruise, you are out of luck. I found out they are out of business and the only source of parts is from a salvage yard. The other choice is to replace it with another brand. I found this company that makes a replacement for the old Mechanical Diesel Engines, Cruise Controls for Diesel engines.. Good luck in your repairs. I do not know I could live with out my Cruise Control for very long. Ed
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We have a 93 Monaco and ours has a Bendix cruise control. Had a problem with it and found that they no longer make the replacement parts and if we wanted the problem fixed we had to install a whole new cruise control. Well a few more calls to RV salvage yards and whatnot we happened to find the part we were looking for. So don't give up if all you want is one part it may be out there somewhere. But you need to figure out how much time to look is too much time, lol.
Our replacement cost $100 for 2 (1 extra just in case) and the new cruise control would have been over $600. The 3 days calling around was fine with us since we knew the MH was safe in storage for a while longer but if we had been on the road we may have opted for the new instead.
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going to the rv bone yard today and try to find some parts...i've got 2 mo.befor we move...i am getting an education .....
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