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Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: What’s Wrong With the Wiring on the Motorhome?

We have a 2016 Thor Windsport 31S. This motorhome has had one problem after another since I bought it used. First, the batteries would not charge. I found the leads…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Cabinet Finishes

We have a 2005 Country Coach Inspire 330 with solid-maple cabinets and trim. The maple cabinets and baseboards are showing wear, with milky spots on doors and baseboards. What can…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Fueling Problem

I have a 2006 Winnebago Tour diesel pusher with a 360 CAT engine. Refueling this motorhome can take as long as 30 minutes, and normally I can’t even get it…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Check-engine Light Woes

We own a 2006 40-foot Holiday Rambler Ambassador diesel pusher with the Roadmaster chassis. There are currently about 55,000 miles on the odometer. For the last 8,000-10,000 miles, we’ve had…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Gas-Tank Filling Problem Tip

I had the same problem (as in the March letter) with my 1995 Conquest Class C on a Ford chassis. I discovered that it varied from gas station to gas…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Engine Stalls When Brakes Applied

I have a problem with my Itasca 2005 Horizon 36RD diesel pusher on a Freightliner chassis with a 350 Cat engine. The ABS light stays on when the engine is…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Gas-tank Filling Problem

We have a 2008 Chevrolet Class C motorhome and I have had trouble filling the gas tank ever since I bought it. The pump stops filling when I try to…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Descending Steep Grades

I recently bought a 2017 Thor Windsport 29M with the Ford V-10 engine. On a recent trip to the Great Smoky Mountains I began a descent from around 6,000-plus feet…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Inflation Pressure Versus Altitude

We have a Class A motorhome. I maintain 100 psi air pressure in the rear tires and 95 psi in front (maximum is 110 psi). This is based on scale…
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How Cool Is That?

We have always been concerned about our refrigerator’s interior temperature, especially while boondocking. After installing a residential model, we wanted to monitor the interior temperature at a glance. So, my…
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