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  2. Alternator dying

    Hi guys ! Looking for some advice regarding a new alternator ... I'm looking for a part number or to be oriented in the right direction in the search for the old alternator type .. the one with the external voltage regulator ... I'm in quebec, canada. I have 12.6 v at the battery when the truck runs so it can also be the voltage regulator but from what i've heard they rarely go bad
  3. is the price of $118.00 each or a pair ?? could not tell from link posted. thanks. joe from dover.
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  5. WINDOW LEAK CABOVER 87 SUNRADER

    Thank you so much!
  6. Well looking at your cabinets is making me feel less pure every minute. My shorty Sunrader wouldn't have room for the drawers though. Love the drawers. Yes pics of door would be great. Still can't remember who it was that was asking. Derek will. Linda S
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  8. Lithionics

    Interesting article on someone who is using Lithium: http://slowboat.com/2018/04/422-nights-on-lithium-batteries/
  9. Heater Igniter: Clicks with no start

    Before you start throwing parts at it, it may help to find out why. If it clicking it's trying to light. It sounds like the gas valve is not opening, sail switch, over temp sensor, no propane, bad board.
  10. Buzz from the converter

    Module of the converter would help.
  11. Heater Igniter: Clicks with no start

    dd17dsi.pdfSuburban_Furnace_NT-16SE_NT-20SE.pdf dd17dsi.pdf these manuals are for the furnace in my 89 Odyssey. I think the part you need is the “electrode”. Using these manuals i was able to find a new furnace motor on amazon.com.
  12. Linda— Thanks for the encouragement! Did I say it’s not for the purist??? It certainly has been a labor of love (hate?) Dry-fitting appliances and sink right now and running new electrical lines today. As for the carpet, lots of elbow grease and a 5-in-1 and pliers for all the staples! Will post pics of the door area and new trim surround once complete.
  13. Detailing help

    What caulk did you use?
  14. OMG that is gorgeous. One of the sweetest redo's I've seen and your not even done. I want those cabinets. By the way someone here was asking about getting the shag off of the door area. Hope he see's this and you can tell him how you did it. Linda S
  15. This is the part number that fits the Toyota air lift 5000 system. Things might have changed over the years so make sure it looks right. Not quite so expensive https://www.truckspring.com/products/air-lift/load-lifter-5000-50252.aspx Linda S
  16. Detailing help

    Most of us use Barkeepers Friend to clean up and polish our campers. Bet it would work for you. Kind of like Comet but no bleach and not so abrasive. If it will get 10 year old burnt up black stuff off of a pot without scratching the stainless steel it will probably work on those spots. Use it anywhere else your camper has lost it's shine too. Use with wet rag. Available almost everywhere https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=kN3cWuP0HIvAtQWs_bKQCA&q=bar+keepers+friend&oq=bar+eeprs+f&gs_l=psy-ab.1.0.0i13k1l10.1106.7466.0.10681.12.11.0.0.0.0.169.1479.0j10.10.0....0...1c.1.64.psy-ab..2.10.1471.0..0j46j35i39k1j0i131k1j0i46k1j0i3k1j0i131i46k1j46i131k1j0i131i20i264k1j0i20i264k1j0i22i10i30k1j0i22i30k1j33i160k1.0.TQyyApHvsoE Linda S
  17. About all I know that might help you is here:-
  18. My '92 warrior popped an airbag, the other has a big leak. I need to replace them both, just the bag themselves. Not sure what type to replace it with. Does anyone know if an aftermarket bag will work with this vehicle? I found a kit online and I'm wondering if anyone is familiar with it. It is a 1986-1994 Toyota Motorhome Micro Mini - "Load Lifter 5000" Air Bag Helper. Ultimately I'd like to just replace the bag to make it as easy a fix as possible but I'm not sure if that's possible. Suggestions?
  19. Detailing help

    I tried to reseal the side seals with caulking, rain hit it before it dried. When it dried it did so with caulking streaked down the sides. What is the best way to strip it without damaging the fiber glass? I want to strip it down and wax it. What are the best products and techniques to strip it and wax it. The streaks are thinner than a normal line of caulking so the credit card trick doesn't work. I have tried dissolveit and witch hazel and other random store cleaners to get the black dots off of the fiber glass. It's a slow process and I wonder if there is something more effective.
  20. When the RV is plugged in to AC power the converter buzzes. This is the original from '92. Has anyone had this happen? Were you able to repair it or replace it? Is there a part that can be easily swapped out?
  21. Buzz from the converter

    Buzz from the converter: When the RV is plugged in to AC power the converter buzzes. This is the original from '92. Has anyone had this happen? Were you able to repair it or replace it? Is there a part that can be easily swapped out?
  22. Has anyone ever replaced the igniter? What is the part name, are there any online retailers that carry the part, know of any manuals or tutorials for replacing it?
  23. Heater Igniter: Clicks with no start

    Has anyone ever replaced the igniter? What is the part name, are there any online retailers that carry the part, know of any manuals or tutorials for replacing it?
  24. Lol! Good eye, Derek! Did I say I was a newbie??? OK—pics! We added a new side panel to the upper and lower cabinets, and lined the upper cabinets with padded gray vinyl in lieu of carpeting... We made a new internal cutout panel fabricated from a cabinet cover panel, new countertop, cabinet doors, handles, drawers, faucet—we will be utilizing the original sink and the original appliances for now—your budget mileage may vary IKEA and their As Is section has become our best friend of late!
  25. Those 2 photos you managed to post are ~2.4Mb each. I can zoom in enough at that resolution to see that you're using Philips screws. I usually resize all my pictures to ~1080 x 'whatever'. Never have any problems posting them.
  26. Try lowering the resolution on your pics. The site has a limit, and don't try to load too many pics at a time Linda S
  27. AFCI/GFCI vs. GFCI for RV Use—Thoughts?

    Maineah— Thanks for the reply. Yes, the AFCIs do cause sticker shock, but since I have read about so many concerns with fires in RVs, I was wondering if it would be worthwhile, while balancing the nuisance tripping. I will opt for a regular GFCIs. #12 wire is what was there, so replaced like with like, but just wanted to add on two more outlets up on the bed area after the GFCI in the kitchen area—saw the speed boxes but hadn’t considered they would not accept #12 wire—I will check before ordering—thanks. I was trying to find a solution to adding outlets without surface-mounting the boxes. If anyone has done so in the upper cab, I would love to see your results!
  28. Hi Linda— I’ve done some renovations in the past but never an RV, so I’m learning as I go. Tried to post more pics but keep getting upload errors... Flooring is Smartcore Ultra rigid vinyl plank flooring from Lowe’s. It was a breeze to install on top of the underlayment, hides imperfections and is flexible with movement of the RV.
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