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  1. Another possibility is go to a Silverleaf dash and go digital.
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  2. I don't own a Hughes Autoformer however I do own a 50 amp Power Master Voltage Booster which was made and sold by Todd Coffelt (no longer in business). It's been in my coach for 11 years now without ANY problems. Plus I have yet to hear or read about ANY Hughes Autoformer catching fire. YMMV After reading an article published by RVTailgate Life about the Hughes Autoformer, it is highly speculative that ANY campground would have a significant number of Hughes Autoformers operating within the same campground to cause a major fire and hazard to the campground wiring infrastructure.
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  3. The multiplier works just fine, super easy one hand operation but it is a heavy piece. Torque wrench of either sort is still needed to mount them right. I use an electronic adapter. There is no way to guesstimate 500lbs.
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  4. You should try Bontragers in White Michigan
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  5. You might give Custom Instrument Panels call at : 1-704-985-0171 (Technical Information), 1-800-462-7535 (orders) Bill B 07 Dynasty
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  6. Northwest RV may have a replacement. Otherwise, junk yards and your phone are the next best bet....Dennis nwrvsupply.com 866-678-7467
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  7. My 05 Ambassador owners manual calls it hydraulic fluid and uses 15w-40 motor oil. Gary 05 AMB DST 05 was the year that the Ambassador was moved to the 8 air bag platform like the Endeavor's.
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  8. Ok thanks. I'll probably run new wire to the headlights later when I do a headlight upgrade.
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  10. As pointed out above, no need for 10 gauge to ground pin 85 of relay, it only operates the coil in the relay, 18 is fine for both 85 & 86. 10 is over kill for supply to pin 30, 12 should be sufficient. Might want to use 12 on 87 to feed headlights. 85 & 86 are the low power control circuit of the relay, 30 & 87 are the load circuit.
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