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Old 02-24-2021, 05:40 PM   #337
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Generator spark plug service .was not about to drop gen from chassis so measured twice found spot is under bdrm cabinet cut a 6x6 square changed plug reinstalled metal/foam/wood &added flange & handle nicely tightly sealed wala much easier
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Old 05-02-2021, 06:06 PM   #338
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Drivers Seat

I have a 2018 FW PA 33D . Drivers controls dead . Does anyone know where the fuse is . I have milked and looked but nothing . Had to drive with knees at chin .TIA
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Old 05-02-2021, 06:08 PM   #339
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Drivers Seat

I have a 2018 FW PA 33D . Drivers seat controls no work . Does anyone know where the fuse is . I have looked and looked but nothing . Had to drive with knees at chin .TIA
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Old 05-03-2021, 04:54 AM   #340
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I think you will find the fuses for both passengers and drivers seats electric controls in the outside compartment by the drivers front wheel.
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Old 05-03-2021, 11:43 AM   #341
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It has been a while since my last post. but I have been working on my 1998/9 pace arrow vision constantly with close to $50,000 in bills. (paid by insurance) ..................... I am wondering if anyone has closed off the hole in the dash after removing the old TV? please show pictures I have a million more questions and tons of diagrams. My most recent nightmare is batteries not charging...more later.
I have the same dash and the TV is removed. I'm going to build a small shelving unit to fill the hole. Most important is to add a couple of cupholders. I find the stock ones in the center console are horrible for spilling drinks and I also need a larger diameter. Not sure what else I'll include, other than some shelves and a place for our cats bed at the top.

It would be great to see some pictures of other peoples projects....
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Old 05-04-2021, 05:08 AM   #342
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Drivers seat fuses

Cannot locate fuses for drivers chair !
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Old 05-04-2021, 12:19 PM   #343
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On my '15 Excursion (predecessor to the current PA) they were resettable breakers in the Battery Control Center.
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Old 05-04-2021, 03:26 PM   #344
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I have a 2018 FW PA 33D . Drivers seat controls no work . Does anyone know where the fuse is . I have looked and looked but nothing . Had to drive with knees at chin .TIA



my pace is much older but the fuse for the seat is in the black box behind the front grill cover remove the battery control box cover and it's somewhere on that circuit board, mine is on the upper right corner. be careful, and good luck!
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Old 05-04-2021, 03:37 PM   #345
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I have the same dash and the TV is removed. I'm going to build a small shelving unit to fill the hole. Most important is to add a couple of cupholders. I find the stock ones in the center console are horrible for spilling drinks and I also need a larger diameter. Not sure what else I'll include, other than some shelves and a place for our cats bed at the top.

It would be great to see some pictures of other peoples projects....

I feel like you "one picture is worth a thousand words" Thus ... the hole of horrors.


A small TV would look great in there, I still have the original TV.
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Old 05-27-2021, 11:54 AM   #346
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We have a 2018 PA 36U

Question:

Behind the dresser and the washer and dryer in the bedroom, there are what appear to be blue water lines. Behind the dresser by the bedroom door there appears to be some kind of air gap. Does anyone know if thatís what it is and what itís connected to?

We are getting a terrible smell from that area when we do laundry

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Old 05-27-2021, 02:25 PM   #347
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How I fixed my plumbing

This is a "new to us" 2004 Pace Arrow 37c.

1. Low point drains in the water place.
2. Black and grey water dumping extension.

Both make life a bit easier.

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Old 05-27-2021, 06:05 PM   #348
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Hi - new to the forum and wondering if anyone has any ideas why I am experiencing issues getting the motor home started. Well actually I did get it started after putting in new alternator- however , after the engine ran a good 30 minutes the engine battery stared smoking (off gasing) could this be the result of new alternator over charging and being faulty?? What else could have caused this to occur? Does the power converter being bad have anything to do with the engine battery when motor home is running and not plugged into shore power ..?? Trying to figure out culprit of a new engine battery over heating ..
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Old 05-30-2021, 12:34 AM   #349
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I feel like you "one picture is worth a thousand words" Thus ... the hole of horrors.


A small TV would look great in there, I still have the original TV.
Weíre thinking of putting in shelving to turn ours into a charging station for laptops and tablets since thereís three of us all working or doing school remotely and we keep ending up with stuff plugged in in odd places otherwise.
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This is a "new to us" 2004 Pace Arrow 37c.

1. Low point drains in the water place.
2. Black and grey water dumping extension.

Both make life a bit easier.

Mike in Colorado
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