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Old 02-04-2019, 07:54 PM   #505
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The Motor House

We have a 2011 HR Ambassador. 53,000 miles and still running great. The Max Force 10 engine is more than enough for our 40' motor home. We tow a 2018 Jeep Wrangler with the Blue OX. We Love our Holiday Rambler.

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Old 03-31-2019, 06:20 AM   #506
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Hello to all! We have a 93 HR Imperial, 37'. Its our 3rd unit. Checking it out was shocking. Like stepping into a time capsule. Dated for sure, but except for the sagging ceiling fabric in nearly perfect condition. Not bragging or exaggerating, like shocking good condition. This unit only had 1 owner before us. Sat for many many years though and that didnt play out well for us. Motor took a big poop after a few hundred miles. (yes we serviced the chassis end to end after we bought it) We decided to replace it with a Ford remanufactured 460. Lots of $$$ spent. We have more in it then its worth, and dont care! We love it! HR is an extremely well made coach. Craftsmanship you just dont see that much anymore, unless you spend 200K or more.
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Old 04-02-2019, 09:09 AM   #507
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New kid on the block

Not sure where this goes, but I will try here. Just picked up a 2019 Holiday Rambler 38 K from General RV in Jacksonville this Saturday past. I don't see much communication on the newer models on this forum. If I am in the wrong place, could someone steer me in the right direction?
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Old 04-03-2019, 12:57 PM   #508
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I cant find if I answered this yet, so count me in.
Had our new to us Endeavor for almost a year, went to Arizona for the Winter and back towing the Equinox, not a blip or hiccup the whole time, so very pleased with it.

Just over 60,000 miles which we put on about 6,000.


I didn't know this club was still active, and rolled over to the Monaco club?
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Old 04-04-2019, 06:36 PM   #509
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2003 HR 26RB2 Battery recommendation/auto park

Still have my 03 HR 26RB2. Had a "little" glitch with the auto park brake switch or "rotten green switch" as MANY call it. IF you have the workhorse chassis with the auto park brake, have a spare with you! It will save you much headache down the road.

I am wondering what coach batteries you all recommend. Right now there are 6 volt wet cell running in series. They are deader than dead. I need to replace them. Any thoughts?

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Old 04-06-2019, 09:01 AM   #510
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I've been using Costco ( Interstate) 6 volt deep cycle batteries for years and have had good luck with them. If you need more amp hrs and don't have room for 4 - 6 volt batteries then get the measurements for the Trojan batteries that are taller. Trojan brand is a very popular one. Keep 'em charged.
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Thanks, guess I should have mentioned I am trying to get away from wet cell. My battery compartments are tight and I dislike the fluid checks and fills. I have been looking at AGM.
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Old 04-11-2019, 11:33 PM   #512
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Hi! 2015 Holiday Rambler Ambassador. We do love the layout but we've had a few issues since buying it used. Our kitchen slide will not work. We are getting a fault high voltage code (#14). We have tried taking the switch off and pressed motor 1 and 2. Its continues to flash. Is there a reset button on the control module? Is there anything anyone can think of that can help us fix this.
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Old 04-14-2019, 10:12 PM   #513
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Hi! 2015 Holiday Rambler Ambassador. We do love the layout but we've had a few issues since buying it used. Our kitchen slide will not work. We are getting a fault high voltage code (#14). We have tried taking the switch off and pressed motor 1 and 2. Its continues to flash. Is there a reset button on the control module? Is there anything anyone can think of that can help us fix this.
Rob and Val Morales
Henderson, NV
If you cannot find a reset button, try removing the power to the unit. Pulling the correct fuse or shutting off the coach battery cutoff might do it. Leave it off for a few minutes.
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We have a 2006 HR Neptune 38 ft. With 3 slides. It has 18k miles. Click image for larger version

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Old 06-17-2019, 04:02 PM   #515
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In my very first RV and its a 2002 40 ft Endeavor.
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Old 06-17-2019, 04:54 PM   #516
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Add us to the list. Just bought a 09 Vacationer 36 DP. Big upgrade from our Damon.
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Old 06-21-2019, 09:49 PM   #517
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Just purchased a 2000 Endeavor 38' w/2 slides...CAT power...54,000 actual miles...interior (other than carpet in front) like new...exterior needs polishing....will get to that...got a great deal on it !!!
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New here and to RV's but just bought a nice 1996 HR Navigator. Now trying to learn as much as I can before retirement in Jan 2020.
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