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Electrical question
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The two batteries in the outer compartment are dead. I attached the two inner cables together that go on the two batteries. With the engine running I still have no power in side the RV. Does it only…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by John "T" Nordhoff May 15, 2014.

Battery repair.
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Hokay, I don't usually offer advice in here as I'm new to RVs and learning.But I have to share this with you folks. Recently I watched a guy on you tube regenerate  a car battery. After watching his…Continue

Tags: HOw to restore a dead battery in an rv, RV Battery, battery repair

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pat Daly Sep 27, 2014.

Bus conversion
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Have done a bus conversion. Sleeps four has a bathroom with full sized tub, woodstove for heat, galley has double stainless steel sink, propane stove,oven. Pics should be here under greywolf…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Grey Wolf Mar 11, 2014.

Plumbing
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Purchased a 1978 Winnebago Itaska I turn the power switch on labeled Pump and can hear the water pump located under the kitchen sink turn on and run. I hear gurgling noises when I open any of the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jimco_W001 Apr 4, 2013.

 

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Lakota Wolf replied to Grey Wolf's discussion Water heater elements in the group Toyota Motorhomes
"Yea,, The electric element is just threaded in,, be sure power/gas and water is turned off."
Jun 29
Lakota Wolf replied to Grey Wolf's discussion Water heater elements in the group Toyota Motorhomes
"The Ionode rod?  Yea,, it just threads in,, a lil w/d 40 and some elbow grease."
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Toyota Motorhomes

These wee motorhomes were made from the mid-70s through the early 90s.  Constructed on Toyota truck frames, the shells were made by a variety of manufacturers and common ones include Winnebago, Dolphin, Itasca, Odyssey, Sunrader and Chinooks.  Although overweight and underpowered, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and their tough little engines, small footprint and good gas mileage have revived interest in these little gems.  This group is for owners (and wanna be owners) who wish to…See More
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I am a Bail Bond agent and EMS worker. Own a 1974 GMC school bus bought in 1994.Have had the engine rebuilt twice, rear end changed out once and the interior redone at least four times.

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Electrical problems

I have a 1978 Itasca Winnebago, 24 foot length. Found out today that the inside lights do not work, 12 volt powered lights in the back. They used to work. Have done nothing with it this summer.Lights used to work. Checked the fuse box under dash by steering wheel. Fuses there are good.Headlights,wiper,horn, dash radio work. Battery good, wires to battery good. Generator in rear does not start. Separate problem.Water pump in back also does not work, used to work. Any help appreciated. No…

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Has anyone had any dealings with BHA Solar kits? Saw their add, wondering if they are worth the money. Thanks in advance.

Posted on May 23, 2013 at 11:43am — 1 Comment

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I love seeing the photos! Did you build the interior?
 
 
 

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