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LittleShack

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About LittleShack

  • Birthday 06/25/1962

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1992 Itasca Spirit
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    Princeton, BC, Canada

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    Female
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    Obsessed with my Toyota MH!

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  1. thanks for the ideas....the belt is marked with toyota and the part # and moving the pump away further loosens the belt but again thx for the input...all i can think of is a smaller size belt but even a wider one would help
  2. I thought I would avoid fitment issues and went with the actual toyota part "Toyota 90916-02196 V-Belt" lol....which is the one I am having the issues with now....
  3. seems no matter what I do this belt wont tighten up enough..I changed it recently with what the auto parts shop gave me, tightened as per proper procedure and now after a few thousand miles it seems stretched somehow???..the pump butts up against the engine and does not allow me to tighten the adjustment further???? I am wondering it I can get a slightly smaller belt??? any ideas????............THANKS
  4. I'm wanting to add a couple of the usb/12 volt cigarette type outlets to the RV. I have watched a ton of videos on different ways to add them and think the simplest is tying them into the wiring for the 12 volt lights under the cabinets. What is the general opinion on this way? I also have a very long wire that goes to a cigarette lighter outlet from the DC power fuses. A previous owner installed it and it does work, but I am a little leary of the long wire so would like to install another of the usb/12volt outlets on the wire and install it close to the electrical panel. As I'm looking at the panel, and seeing a bunch of unoccupied fuse 'slots'. I'm wondering if it would be better to add a new fuse, if that is even possible to connect the outlet to, instead of the way the previous owner connected it which it to the same circuit as the furnace. Not sure how I would do this-adding a new fuse. Anyone?? I've attached a photo of the DC fuses with the yellow arrows showing the black wires that connect the cigarette lighter outlet. The one on the left connects to the furnace fuse. You can see the empty fuse 'slots'
  5. Spent an hour searching for a photo of a generator that looks like mine....finally realized...DUH!....it's a Kohler, not an Onan. The Onan is in our travel trailer.🙄 It looks pretty much like this.
  6. Not in mine. I'll be heading home in a few days and can get the numbers then. Mine looks pretty different to this.
  7. I knew someone would point me in the right direction! Off to 'google'! Thanks!
  8. I am visiting family and am away from my '92 Itasca. Last spring we began looking at the built in generator, which runs great, has only 23 hours on it, but is noisy as heck! The muffler on it has all but rusted away.We tried repairing it with various tapes, tubes and what not. It didn't take. So, am now looking to replace it if possible. I will be travelling to Montana this month from BC, Canada, if anyone knows of a US business I might find one at, or here in Canada will work too. It is an Onan, but I couldn't tell you which model without going out to look at it. Thanks for any help you might be able to give.
  9. I know this can be done on other rigs, but as the regulator on my built in tank is right next to the shut off, I'm not sure if it is possible to add a T connector to the line. I'm wanting to be able to use a propane fire pit while out and about during fire ban season, which seems to be most of the summer now. BUT, I don't want to have to bring along the extra tank due to space and weight issues. Has anyone done this? Thanks!
  10. Just to bring all you very lovely helpful people up to date... my husband thought the same about the transmission shop. He asked if I’d mind waiting around in Tucson til he could get down here and look at it himself. Which I had no problem with. He arrived a week and a bit later and I just stayed put at the Desert Diamond Casino parking lot. Anyways, he opened the hood and right away noticed the frayed alternator belt. Then noticed a big bolt about to drop out of its hole!! Literally!!! He was able to replace the alternator belt and another belt he had to remove to get the alternator one on. Got that bolt back in and tightened a loose clamp. No more noise!!! So glad I have a handy hubby! He’s been such a great sport about helping me with this old gal. Thankyou all who offered suggestions and ideas. Took it to the tranny shop for a flush, which it didn’t get cause it didn't need it. They were very nice, but I didn’t spend a dime there, but did enjoy 2 cups of their coffee and found out where to take my dogs for baths! So, not a total waste of time😉
  11. Just out of the aamco transmission shop. The transmission is fine. They figure the noise is either the fly wheel or torque converter. They will have to remove the transmission to know which and can do that Monday morning. They are letting me stay in their patking lot, which is nice. Anything I should be looking out for with either of these prognosises?
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