Damon Astoria 3776 overheating
I have a 2008 Damon Astoria 3776, owned since new and now has 70,000 miles. It has been a very good RV for us with very few problems. I have an issue that cropped up a couple of summers ago and I, and others, have been trying to diagnose.
The issue is that it starts to overheat on a long slow climb. Almost as if it does not shift down enough and overworks the engine as the heat climbs.
These are long gradual climbs that I never had to take off cruise control before and now I have to or I overheat..
What we have done:
cleaned front of radiator (Yes it was very thick) - The cleaning helped.
We are beginning to THINK torque converter.
Any thoughts before I just have the torque converter replaced?
Thanks for sharing any ideas!
Dan, Alice, Jackson, Alyssa, & Brendan
2008 Damon Astoria 3776