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Old 10-25-2006, 05:27 PM   #1
Deryl
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Hi folks,
Well we picked up our 2003 Independence a couple of weeks ago and drove it home from New York to Texas. It was quite a trip and very enjoyable. The motor home ran great and performed ok in the mountains. We did have one issue with the dash A/C though. All we could get was hot air coming out the vents. When we got home I took it to a good mechanic and he found the trouble right away. Apparently the AC coils and the heater coils are located in the same box and the electric switch was not cutting off the hot water flow completely. We could not locate that type of switch so just put in a manual on/off valve.
Can anyone tell me how to order parts from the factory? I need another windshield privacy curtain rod. I am going to install it around the toilet area to put it out of sight and perhaps add some more privacy. Thanks,
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Old 10-26-2006, 09:37 PM   #2
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