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    Roy
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    Monaco
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    Dynasty
  • Year
    2003
  • City & State
    Cape May, NJ

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  1. I had a similar issue and eventually found the coupler for the data (phone) lines up in the ac units that connect the wall thermostat to the units had deteriorated and was messing up the signals. Cleaned the jack ends and installed new couplers and problem went away. I would check there. Roy 2003 Dynasty
  2. converting to led is cake look at sailorsams.com Roy 03 Dynasty
  3. Theo I've made two 3 month trips coast to coast opposite of yours mine starts on east coast anyway if you were to give it a straight line my winter trip went out I-10 and back I-40 . The summer trip went out I-90 and I-94 and back I-70. But of course it was hardly a straight line more like a ECG. We stayed at full hook up full power campgrounds the majority of the time as base camp and used the toad for excursions. Some were truly fantastic finds some average some just ok for a base camp. I'd be happy to share my findings if you gave me a idea of a route you plan to take and what you want to
  4. Congratulations to all of you. I joined Monacoer's about 10yrs ago but too timid to post anything actually afraid to use my own name hence the miacasa ( according to my wife that's supposed to be my house in Italian she speaks it I don't ). So when I finally made my first post and was immediately responded to by truly knowledgeable and CARRING people it's kind of overwhelming you made it easy and fun. To all of you who run this site and the members that make it happen Thank you and Merry Christmas. Roy 2003 Dynasty
  5. That looks like a standard nonmetallic (romex) splice connector which a few manufacturers make now. About 10 bucks a kit so if anyone is doing a change out and gets stuck just get a kit and they are approved for in wall so no J box needed. Roy 03 Dynasty
  6. Yes I get my feed back from the toad brake lights. I built my cord from a 7 way molded trailer pigtail and just added another female end to it and of coarse a female end to the toad just like the end on the coach. That way I have battery charging and that auxiliary brake light plus the usual suspects and a spare. I suggest this only because if you want to add circuits later like this brake light for example you won't have to redo your cord just add what you need. My sequoia required running my wire light wires all the way back to my lights with diodes etc. so it was easy while doing that to ta
  7. Jeff I also have rvi 2 I don't know about the newer rvi3 . But in my situation I added a separate circuit and a red light on my dash that tells me if my toad brakes are activated just for piece of mind that I don't have a malfunction and burn my toad brakes up while driving down the road. Roy M. 03 Dynasty
  8. I agree with Chuck only I would charge your system with air and if it won't hold pressure ( stay at or below 50 psi) then listen for air that way no water mess. Roy 03 Dynasty
  9. Steve You are on the right track with copper SGX cable. If you have an electrician friend he will have the cutters and crimpers you need without putting out cash for once in a blue moon needed tools. (I was so fortunate). That being said there are plenty of outfits on line that will make custom cables for you not a lot more than buying the parts especially if you add in the cutter and crimper. I also had some left over red guard (kind of a liquid rubber) and coated everything even after all was hooked back together cable ends look as good as the day done and that was in 2014. Ro
  10. I went all led with no new fixtures used flex led strips in the fluorescents super easy. https://www.aspectled.com/ Roy 2003 Dynasty
  11. I had a crack in the cover that when the wind blew the rain just right would allow water inside the gasket area and drip down thru my filter area.
  12. I had a similar experience unfortunately I did replace accumulator etc. spent close to 3k and 2 years . Always ran great after filter changes for a while then warning lights and no power. Heard from a Monaco ex tech they had some trouble with the primary filter and suggested to by pass it. Well when I took the fitting off the inlet side I saw a pile of loose rust specs started picking them out and found a small piece of solder flat and about 1/4" round blocking the inlet hole. That when pressure was released when changing the filters would lay down then when it felt like it would bounce up an
  13. definitely check those grommets I just had one tear in half and when I checked the others they were all deteriorated and ready to fail. ended up replacing all 3 links. Roy 2003 dynasty
  14. Has anyone replaced the easygrip by moeller products on the engine oil and hydraulic tank. My engine oil has been a bear to remove from day one rubber looks ok not sure if that's how they are from new it takes a rag on the handle and all I got to get it out (and yes I unscrew it to release the rubber stop) the one on the tank is tuff also but it's rubber is starting to deteriorate. So am I barking up the wrong tree and they're always hard to remove? I did look on Moeller's site and it looks like just the plug/handle assembly is all you get not sure how the dipstick and diprod are removed did
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