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Old 09-20-2007, 04:18 PM   #1
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i have a 2003 holiday rambler brought in in for a noise from the left manifold, dealer checked and said the rear stud was broke it took 12 hours & parts cost $1400.00 to fix wondering if they broke it when doing the cat, recall?
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i have a 2003 holiday rambler brought in in for a noise from the left manifold, dealer checked and said the rear stud was broke it took 12 hours & parts cost $1400.00 to fix wondering if they broke it when doing the cat, recall?
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Old 09-21-2007, 06:48 AM   #3
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On our 2004 Vacationer, I had a bolt broke off and it sounded like a muffler had a hole in it. It also warped. I had it replaced under warranty, so do not know how long it took. A year later, I had the other manifold warp and they replaced ( Fixed )that one also under warranty. It sounds like you need to get one of those air cool kits and install it to keep the heat down in your engine compartment. And by the way, Welcome to best RV board around. Lots of nice folks are here to help. s/Toby
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You will probably get more responses if you scroll on down the page to the Chassis section and post you question under the Workhorse section. Have you tried to figure out what or why the manifold warped and caused the bolt to break?? Put as much info as you have available s/Toby
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