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Old 06-11-2009, 08:21 PM   #1
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Smile Winnebagos plug wire problems '07

I know workhorse will install for free the air ducting kit# W8005026
Ididn't want any down time so I stepped in the locale home depot.
I found a 3''x10''x4'' duct vent. $6.25 approx. A reducer 4''x3'' plastic $3.65approx. 3''x100' plastic drainage line (Flexable) $ 42.50 (they can't cut )as I was told I''ll use the leftover somewhere around the house.anyway plastic strapping $3.80 pkg and # 10 tech screws sm pkg.
I bolted the vent to the lower grill passenger side,1/4x20 bolt &nuts,tech scewed the plastic reducer to the metal vent ,tech screwed the flex tubing to the plastic ,ran the tubing behind the anti-freeze /washer bottels,behind the motor blanket,centered the tubing on the manifold, strapped the tubing securleyto the upper struts under the windshield.
I did install the taylor extreme ignition wires at the same time. WOW !!! (163.00) set. ALL is Well and I didn't have to wait 2wks on back order.
And NO DOWN TIME or DEALER. 3hrs total start to finish.
'07 adventure 38G

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