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Old 04-09-2019, 10:55 PM   #1
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Expansion Valve Part Number needed

I have a 2002 pace arrow Fleetwood I'm looking to see if there is a part number besides Fleetwood part number 10108860 so I don't have to go thru Fleetwood


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If you can get eyes on your current valve, lots of internet HVAC suppliers have detailed photos and specs in their listings. Google is your friend.
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I have a 2002 pace arrow Fleetwood I'm looking to see if there is a part number besides Fleetwood part number 10108860 so I don't have to go thru Fleetwood


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Fleetwood did not make the AC system they installed in your coach. It was made by a company, perhaps Evans-Tempcon, or some other, and you are likely to find what you need is available from them or a dealer once you identify who built the system. Workhorse likely provided the compressor and controls with the chassis and Fleetwood simply married the two systems together while building the coach.
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As edgray says, the dash a/c system is either Evans Tempcon or Denso. Fleetwood used Evans in the 90's and switched over to Denso sometime in the early 2000's. Should not be too hard to find a part that has one Id or the other on it. Parts info for both systems can usually be found online via Google.


Denso has a lot of RV HVAC parts info online - see http://densoheavyduty.com/rv
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As edgray says, the dash a/c system is either Evans Tempcon or Denso. Fleetwood used Evans in the 90's and switched over to Denso sometime in the early 2000's. Should not be too hard to find a part that has one Id or the other on it. Parts info for both systems can usually be found online via Google.


Denso has a lot of RV HVAC parts info online - see RV | DENSO Heavy Duty
Not exactly correct. Fleetwood used Denso in 1990 to at least 2004. I have worked on Fleetwood/Denso ACs in those model years.
Denso 134A expansion valve part # AA447500-0080S

https://www.comfortairgr.com/shop/ex...apillary-tube/
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