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Old 06-21-2012, 06:59 AM   #1
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Question New Member: Travelmaster Class C

(Note: I first posted this in the "Vintage" forum; 'hope it's OK to post here; if not, I apologize.)

Hi Folks! I'm a new member from Virginia with an older RV (sun-faded on the outside but sound & youthful on the inside -- like me) 1988 Travelmaster Signature 230... 23'6" Class C

I've been searching for some technical info -- especially an engine/fuel/emissions wiring diagram -- w/o much success, so far.
'Anyone familiar with late '80s Chevy small-block, carbeureted V-8's ?

Specs: '88 Chevy P30/HD G30 (14500lb. chassis) with 5.7L/350cu.in. 4-bbl. carbeureted V-8. It's an "M" series engine (a.k.a.: LT9). I can find more info. than I'd ever want to know about the fuel-injected V8's (e.g.: "K" engine) .. but very little about the M/LT9 engine.

P.S.: I think it's a somewhat similar set-up (fuel/emissions) to the carbeureted 7.4L/454 V8 of that era ("W"? engine?)

I suspect many of you have spent some time researching your older (mature) RVs. BTW: I do have every original manual that came with this Travelmaster when it was new -- owner's manuals (& most installation manuals) for every single gas appliance/refridge/etc., & the Onan Emerald I manuals, Signature owner's manual, etc.

Thanks .. & hope I can be of some help to others in the future.
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Old 06-24-2012, 08:32 AM   #2
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You might have more luck on a Chevrolet auto forum. You could also try a Google search for the manual and wiring diagram.
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Old 06-24-2012, 12:32 PM   #4
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Hello!
I have a 86 P-30/454 chassis and found my info with a google search. And drop down to the ham group and say hello there as well. I will see you in the vintage group.
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PS your chassis is a year older (1987) that your Class C.
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One of the problems with an RV is that they don't always keep the original wiring harness. Due to different systems and requirements of an RV chassis they occasionally have to move a thing or two. What I would suggest is to find a diagram from a Chevrolet van of the same year and you should be pretty close.
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One of the problems with an RV is that they don't always keep the original wiring harness. Due to different systems and requirements of an RV chassis they occasionally have to move a thing or two. What I would suggest is to find a diagram from a Chevrolet van of the same year and you should be pretty close.

I don't know why this posted twice sorry.
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