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Hi Jim, sent you another small box of tile. Hopefully it will be of use to you. Please accept this blessing from me to you. Please do not send any funds to cover the cost of shipping or for any other reason. Your help has been a blessing to us. God Bless, Ed & Sylvia
Hello jacwjames, J.C. Randall here (tinstar 1114 on the forum). Since we have the same coach, I was wondering if you happen to have a photo or diagram of the front left electrical panel (outside under the driver seat). I have seen a couple of pictures where there is supposed to be a diagram of what each fuse is in there. Mine came off or was never put on. It would just make things easier if I had a picture of the diagram,, if your coach has one.
Thanks for your help.
Hi Jim, I had an issue today and luckily it got resolved for the short term. I don't think it's wise I go to high speed again. Here is the thread I started tonight before I found your reply a few years ago here regarding AC problems: I pulled the fan & motor assembly, leaving the evaporator fan in the housing. When I got it on my workbench I found that the rubber Isolator mounts had worn out letting the fan sit lower and letting the blade hit the sheet metal duct work. I believe this is my issue exactly especially on high speed. My motor and squirrel cage turns very freely. Where did you get your motor and rubber mounts? I'm afraid to mess with it while on this trip as it will work on low. I'll climb back up in the morning for a quick look and then leave it be until I get home next week. Low speed is better than no speed. Thank you for reading.
Hello Sir I was reading one of your post and noticed you said you fixed three of your windows that were fogging up. I have a 2009 Journey that has a door glass and a bed room window that has 2 flip up glasses that have moisture in them. I own a auto/custom repair facility and was wondering how hard were the windows to do. Any recommendation would be appreciated
Hi Jim, You recently posted the following on my thread.
"My Front AC motor failed. I found a replacement for ~$100 and swapped it out, much quieter and blows colder also."
I also wanted to do that for my Penguin AC, but found it very difficult to source a new motor. So I was going to remove my motor and take that to be repaired, but that also was becoming a problem to remove it.
My question to you is, was your AC a Penguin, Penguin II, or some other model?
John here (JMCRSUISER) Forgive me if this is the wrong way to contact you and feel free to redirect me. I certainly admire your rig knowledge and was following a thread around oil pressure. You said you installed a silver leaf and that fixed a lot of issues. We have a 1998 Dynasty 8.3 40 ft and was wondering if that would work for me and what it would roughly cost.
Thanks for any feed back when it works for you
Live in middlesboro ky which is just a little over an hour from you. I also own 2002 36 pbd windsor. I have read a lot of things you have done to your Windsor that I have considered. Maybe we could met up some day and discuss some of your knowledge.
Good evening jacwjames, I was wondering if you may have any suggestions for my latest project posted on the Cummings forum concerning a turbo exhaust flange. I have read several of your post and have confidence in your knowledge. Any if you would please look at my post and advise if possible. Thank you for any help.
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2002 Monaco Windsor 38 PKD Cummins ISC 350 8.3L
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