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Old 11-22-2005, 09:22 AM   #1
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We have a 2003 Itasca Horizon with a Freightliner chassis. The dash air has 2 electric fans on the outside radiator located on the driverside rear of the coach. One of my fans is not turning freely. I suspect that it is bad and needs replacement. Both of these fans were doused by hydraulic fluid when the HWH ram that moves the bedroom slide leaked on them . The problem is how do I get to this fan an remove it for a replacement ?
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We have a 2003 Itasca Horizon with a Freightliner chassis. The dash air has 2 electric fans on the outside radiator located on the driverside rear of the coach. One of my fans is not turning freely. I suspect that it is bad and needs replacement. Both of these fans were doused by hydraulic fluid when the HWH ram that moves the bedroom slide leaked on them . The problem is how do I get to this fan an remove it for a replacement ?
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Old 11-22-2005, 02:20 PM   #3
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Those electric fans are simple. Make sure the power is disconnected from it, and look close. there's usually a small screw in each corner. You can get replacement fans at jcwhitney dot com for not much $$$. Be sure to note what direction the air is being drawn and what capacity. 50 cfm for example.
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