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Old 07-06-2021, 01:44 PM   #1
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How to clean the A/C filters on my 2006 Exectuive

We purchase a 2006 Monaco Executive Matterhorn, with an ISX525 cummins engine. it is a 45' coach with fancy ceilings in the living and bed areas, can't figure out how to drop these things down to get at the filters on the three A/C units.. and our cruise control stopped working , any help out there.
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Sorry I know this is most likely not mush help, Have you looked through your manual?

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Old 07-06-2021, 04:16 PM   #3
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For the cruise control, check to see if you turned on the engine brake switch. On mine, when the engine brake switch is on, the cruise will not set. I guess being the engine brake comes on when throttle pedal is at idle. Drove a 91 that i dont remember that being the case.

I dont have a fancy ceiling in mine, but the filter is behind some wood frames i can pull down and change/clean the filter media
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The mirrors on the ceiling are hinged. The hinges are on the paean her side. On the drivers side in two locations above the mirror there is a small bolt that you have to remove to let the mirror swing down. If you run your hand along the drivers side top edge of the mirror you will find the bolts. A small mirror comes in handy. Be careful, it's a bit heavy.
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While the assemblies are open, check the screws on the mounts and hinges. The rough roads are hard on them and the screws may need tightened or additional screws added.

It is also a good time to check for air blowing from the duct where the A/C unit joins the duct. https://www.lowes.com/pd/3M-Foil-Tap...6981&gclsrc=ds
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Hi Mike,

I did a post in our thread showing how we clean the AC filters. Below is a link to that post, in case it's helpful. As already mentioned, the centre ceiling panels are hinged on the passenger side, and have a few bolts you remove on the driver's side.

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/upg...ml#post5332997

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While you're under there, make sure to check all the AC mounting bolts are tight. When we first bought our coach we found these were loose, and we were getting a tiny bit of water ingress. Thank goodness the previous owner had it stored indoors!

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