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Old 08-17-2008, 08:58 AM   #1
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Going down the road last week with the windows open and the forward furnace came on for no apparent reason. The electronic climate control was set to the off position. Finally had to stop and fiddle with the controller to shut the furnace down. Anyone experienced this sort of problem before?
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Going down the road last week with the windows open and the forward furnace came on for no apparent reason. The electronic climate control was set to the off position. Finally had to stop and fiddle with the controller to shut the furnace down. Anyone experienced this sort of problem before?
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Don't have an answer to your question. It will be a manufacture issue not a chassis issue. Wish I could be more help.
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This is not a Freightliner issue - the chassis systems have nothing to do with the furnaces or coach climate control. What brand of coach is it? I'll move the question to the appropriate brand forum and perhaps another owner of your brand of coach will have some experience with this sort of problem.
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