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Old 08-28-2021, 09:53 AM   #379
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I suggest you start with Fleetwood, they will supply you with much info if they have it.

Some help can be had on line from various forums, "you tube" is loaded with info.

Searching your particular unit here and on the internet will yield much info but be prepared that most people will say they did something but have no explanation of how and rarely have pictures. The information is out there but has to be hunted down. remember the differences from year to year on these units can vary.

I have found the best thing is to be specific on this site as to what you wish to work on and someone has already done it and will respond (good luck)

I have a lot of info and will share it with you but you must be specific.
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Old 10-15-2021, 02:59 PM   #380
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Hello folks
2006 Pace Arrow 37c ford chassis
Dealer installed a valve for the city water/bypass tank fill. When it turn the. Valve to bypass so not to fill the water tank I still get a little water going into the water tank. Enough so I have to open the dump valve underneath so the tank won't fill up. Is this a bad valve or could something else be faulty

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Old 11-01-2021, 07:42 PM   #381
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2006 Pace arrow 37c replaced flooring

I just purchased a 37C that they had redone the flooring and put in a super cheap home depot brand composite floor. I think it was a home decorator's brand. It was super thin and the slide still rubs on it and scratches it. Plus it was done a little over 1 year ago and there are gaps in the flooring. So annoying. I am thinking I am going to have to replace it with vinyl. Does anyone have any thoughts?? I would attach a photo but I can't figure out how to do that. the photo is on my laptop note on the web.
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Old 11-02-2021, 08:25 AM   #382
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I just purchased a 37C that they had redone the flooring and put in a super cheap home depot brand composite floor. I think it was a home decorator's brand. It was super thin and the slide still rubs on it and scratches it. Plus it was done a little over 1 year ago and there are gaps in the flooring. So annoying. I am thinking I am going to have to replace it with vinyl. Does anyone have any thoughts?? I would attach a photo but I can't figure out how to do that. the photo is on my laptop note on the web.

I do not have the answers you seek but permit me to say ... If the present flooring is damaged by your slide now any new flooring will get the same damage unless you have what is causing the damage repaired ................... Good luck!
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I agree with donnyman. But, also recommend what I think the techs at REV call “slide glides”. They are plastic on one side and carpet on the other and you place them on the floor where the the slide rollers roll over the the floor when you bring in the slide. They work quite well.
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Old 11-03-2021, 08:25 PM   #384
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I have a Pace Arrow 2002. The Service Engine Soon light came on. I can’t find the OBD 2 plug so as to run diagnostics on the engine. Where can I find it?

Also, what do I push to get the big horn on the roof work? Would love to use it.

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Old 11-03-2021, 09:23 PM   #385
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I agree with donnyman. But, also recommend what I think the techs at REV call “slide glides”. They are plastic on one side and carpet on the other and you place them on the floor where the the slide rollers roll over the the floor when you bring in the slide. They work quite well.
Yes that is what is needed, the slides DON'T have rollers. They have nylon slides that slid on the carpet. The "slide guide" will fix your problem and cover up the scratches,
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I have a Pace Arrow 2002. The Service Engine Soon light came on. I can’t find the OBD 2 plug so as to run diagnostics on the engine. Where can I find it?

Also, what do I push to get the big horn on the roof work? Would love to use it.

Thanks!!

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The port on my '04 Pace Arrow is down under the dash, to the left of the steering column. Kind of hidden down there.

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I have a 2004 Pace arrow 37c. Does anyone know where I can find a Windshield center support. REV parts is about 6 weeks out and I've tried the salvage yard. Part #10081397. Its 50.1 " long
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I have a 2004 Pace arrow 37c. Does anyone know where I can find a Windshield center support. REV parts is about 6 weeks out and I've tried the salvage yard. Part #10081397. Its 50.1 " long
Have you tried Colaw Salvage as well?
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Yes I tried Colaw and Visone
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Persistent problems

We have a 2019 38K PA with the Freightliner chassis. The house batteries have always been troublesome. The 12v circuits won't come on, after running the generator, lights and slides the day before. I know one 6v battery had a bad cell, so I replaced that pair with new Interstate GC2s from Costco. I charged the new pair and the remaining pair with the "smart" trickle charger, but the house circuits still won't come on. I have cycled the breakers, reconnected everything correctly (took photos of every battery post). What am I missing? Does the inverter need to be on for the 12v? The fridge works, the electric plugs work, the charging monitors with a 30 amp generator working start Loading, then Floating...where have my house circuits gone?
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