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Old 01-08-2022, 09:18 AM   #155
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Since we got them with both our 2003 and 2006 Alpine's I ASSUME that everyone got the AC/DC electrical wiring, fresh water and waste water plumbing schematics and paint charts for their coach in the WRV Owner's Manual....Isn't this correct?[/QUOTE

Having trouble with the Vansco modem 2820 I need help. I can’t start my bus. Any one know where I can get a new 2820 and wiring diagram for 2006 Western Alpine. Can anyone help.
I have a lot of the files for most coach years, but I'm not a technical person. Would the 2006 schematics file help? I also have a Vansco troubleshooting guide and various Vansco manuals.
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Old 01-08-2022, 10:50 AM   #156
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Nor Cal Hal thank you for your response. Anything you have will be appreciated. Can you send them to me my email address is dwildcat123@aol.com
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Since we got them with both our 2003 and 2006 Alpine's I ASSUME that everyone got the AC/DC electrical wiring, fresh water and waste water plumbing schematics and paint charts for their coach in the WRV Owner's Manual....Isn't this correct?[/QUOTE

Having trouble with the Vansco modem 2820 I need help. I canít start my bus. Any one know where I can get a new 2820 and wiring diagram for 2006 Western Alpine. Can anyone help.
Have you confirmed that the issue is with the module?

Iíll PM you with some info.
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There are no lights on the Vansco 2820. I have power at the key but nothing at the shifter.
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Di you have the paint codes for a 2004 40 foot. Its tans and greys
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Can you please send me a copy of the 2004 pdf file. I have a 2004 40ft. Thanks
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Old 01-29-2022, 09:01 AM   #161
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Can you please send me a copy of the 2004 pdf file. I have a 2004 40ft. Thanks
Pretty sure that's all there when you log into the members only area
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Old 01-29-2022, 09:27 AM   #162
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Hereís some info for the 2005MY.
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2004 alpine avalanche boost wire

I dont know who installed the sure power 1315a, but they tapped into the fan wires in the battery compartment to energize it when the key is turned on instead of decicated boost wire. I found the boost wire in front of the passenger vanco module, but dint know where 8n the rear battery compartment that wite would be. Can anyone help. Thanks
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Owners manual

Looking for a owners manual with wiring diagram for a 2006 40 ft Alpine
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Old 03-02-2022, 08:29 AM   #165
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I have a lot of the files for most coach years, but I'm not a technical person. Would the 2006 schematics file help? I also have a Vansco troubleshooting guide and various Vansco manuals.
Yes it would help a lot. Can you send them to me at dwildcat123@aol.com. I would appreciate it
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Old 03-04-2022, 12:50 PM   #166
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Loose bolts, which connect the drive shaft to the transmission.


When I was servicing our Alpine and lubing the Drive Shaft U-Joints, I found some of the bolts on the flange which connects the driveshaft to the transmission had loosened.

I happened to look at the flange bolts and I saw 1 bolt appeared to have backed away from the flange while lubing the U-Joints. I checked all 8 bolts which connects the drive shaft flange to the output shaft of the transmission and found that 4 had loosened. I now check the bolts every time I lube the U-Joints.
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