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Old 03-24-2014, 01:28 PM   #1
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I am new to this forum as well as new to the rv'ing experience. I am hoping to get some insight and helpful information from you guys here. I just bought a 1975 Tioga VIN F34BF5V000931. I need a wiring diagram as none of my indicators work. No temp, oil, I do have Alternator but it varies significantly. I would guess that it varies because the battery terminal us loose on the positive side. I'd like to know what others have done to get this beast running strong. I am going to rebuild the carburator and install an electronic ignition, what can you guys tell me about this RV and also a good site to buy some parts. I need to change out the body waste valve and probably gray water waste valve as well. Here are some pictures.
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Had a 75 same color, made in Sunnyside/Yakama WA. Different floor plan. Get a Chiltons Repair man for the Dodge.
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There is a voltage regulator for the gages up under the dash.
Had the Tioga for 15 or so years, it was my hunting/fishing rig. Ran good and everything worked. Note your front and rear tires are on different rims and the spare only fits the front.
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Great thanks for the info. I will look into the manual. I don't have a rim for the spare so I guess I will have to look for some. Thanks
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First question, is there a specific forum here for my type of RV? Two, I need to replace both knife valves from the grey water and black water tanks at the Y connection looks like both are bad as I have no cap on the Y and the bolts that would normally open them are just hanging there. Where can I buy these parts for a reasonable price? Thanks also any info on the refridgerator on these would be great. The one in the RV doesn't seem to be working. Thanks
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Most any RV store will have the replacement valves, you may need to drill or grind the old bolts out.

Most frig manuals are on line or search

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