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Old 10-16-2018, 11:44 AM   #1
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How do yo open the engine compartment in the bathroom. Looks like I have to remove the base of the closet doors but not sure. This has got to be easier than it looks. Any advice will be appreciated.
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How do yo open the engine compartment in the bathroom. Looks like I have to remove the base of the closet doors but not sure. This has got to be easier than it looks. Any advice will be appreciated.

First remove the mirrored closet doors then the base rail that the doors fit in to. The base is screwed into the sides of the closet. Then the closet floor panel can be removed along with the tile and plywood access panel. The tile access can be removed and the plywood engine cover giving you partial access without removing the closet doors if you don't need to access the front of the engine. FYI.. I just lay the doors on the bed. Good luck, it's really not that bad.
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How do you remove the tiled area without removing the closet doors and will that give you access to change the fuel filters. Thanks in advance. I just purchased this coach and still trying to learn everything.
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Pick it up then unscrew the plywood beneath it to access the engine. I have secondary fuel filter on engine. Primary fuel filter is accessed by swinging air conditioning condenser out of the way
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You can also access the filter from under the coach. Slide the chassis battery tray out gives you room to sit up in this area. The filter is on this side. It's a little tight but can be done.
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