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Old 10-23-2012, 08:04 PM   #1
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30 day fixups on my new MH.

My dealers service mgr. says that I have to take the rig to the chassis dealer to install the horn on the unit that was sold to me minus a horn. Some opinions please....thanks in advance.
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Old 10-23-2012, 08:10 PM   #2
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Two things....What kind of rig... and did you buy this new/ or new to you?

Was it promised to have a air horn?
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Old 10-23-2012, 08:11 PM   #3
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My recommemdation is tell the service mgr. To make arrangements for them to take the MH to chassis dealer! At their cost too! what kind of MH?
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Old 10-23-2012, 08:31 PM   #4
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Your service manager is correct. Anything that pertains to your chassis will have to be taken to the appropriate chassis dealer, eg. Chrysler, Ford or Chev for warranty service and repairs. But you are not obligated to use them for regular routine maintenance. As long as you follow the maintenance schedule it can be done any place and by yourself.
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Old 10-24-2012, 12:20 AM   #5
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My recommemdation is tell the service mgr. To make arrangements for them to take the MH to chassis dealer! At their cost too! what kind of MH?
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I told him exactly that sir and he wanted to know who told me to say that...your name again please?
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Your service manager is correct. Anything that pertains to your chassis will have to be taken to the appropriate chassis dealer, eg. Chrysler, Ford or Chev for warranty service and repairs. But you are not obligated to use them for regular routine maintenance. As long as you follow the maintenance schedule it can be done any place and by yourself.
Your answer is the worst of the three however you win the pot cause that's the route I'm ytaking.. Thanks a lot for all ur tips.
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Your answer is the worst of the three however you win the pot cause that's the route I'm ytaking.. Thanks a lot for all ur tips.
Why would you say that?
Anyway hope all goes well.
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Why would you say that?
Anyway hope all goes well.
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Just kidding. you told me the same thing mgr. did. Just seems to me the liability lays with the seller. Thanks for your help.
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When I bought my motor home I was told anything that had to do with the rv the dealer will take care of it and anything related to my Ford chassis will have to be taken to my Ford dealer.
I do hope your list wasn't too extensive and everything was complete to your satisfaction other than the horn.
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If your State has a Safety Inspection requirement to license a Vehicle your dealer is responsible to make sure the horn works prior to licensing the Vehicle for you to drive it off the lot. A horn is considered part of a safety inspection.
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