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Dav5942 04-13-2007 12:26 PM

Notice the Duo-Therm heat pumps cycle on/off a lot(about every 5 minutes). Anyone found a way to increase the differential? The only one mentioned in the documentation is a dip switch on the Electronic Control Kit that if turned on reduces the differential(still looking for the ECK to check postion of the dip switch).

http://www.irv2.com/attachments/phot...9369ac19b9.jpg
Current location Route 66 between Kingman AZ & Needles CA. Sitgreaves Pass one of the five toughest Motorcycle rides in the country(according to the "Fun Run" promoters for next weeks ride) . Two out of nine 18 wheelers taking this route last week when interstate 40 was shut down ended up wrecked and a 5th wheeler had to back two miles down the mountain. No problem for the ME(wish we could get rid of the wipers!).

Dav5942 04-13-2007 12:26 PM

Notice the Duo-Therm heat pumps cycle on/off a lot(about every 5 minutes). Anyone found a way to increase the differential? The only one mentioned in the documentation is a dip switch on the Electronic Control Kit that if turned on reduces the differential(still looking for the ECK to check postion of the dip switch).

http://www.irv2.com/attachments/phot...9369ac19b9.jpg
Current location Route 66 between Kingman AZ & Needles CA. Sitgreaves Pass one of the five toughest Motorcycle rides in the country(according to the "Fun Run" promoters for next weeks ride) . Two out of nine 18 wheelers taking this route last week when interstate 40 was shut down ended up wrecked and a 5th wheeler had to back two miles down the mountain. No problem for the ME(wish we could get rid of the wipers!).

aubie 04-17-2007 02:58 AM

Dave, can't help with the heat pump issues, but a great picture! I like simular roads and landscapes. Prefer traveling them in the jeep, but like you, sometime the choice is not ours to make. I did notice that you were using the correct lane position for those of us who have many miles under their belt on this type of road. congrats my friend on a job well done http://irv2.infopop.cc/images/action.gif


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