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Old 11-09-2022, 10:44 AM   #1
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I have a 2020 Gulfstream Conquest 6237LE. I am having a hard time locating the water pump. It sounds like it is under the bathroom, but I do not see it under the vehicle. Also, it is a Chevy and not a Ford, if that matters.
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Old 11-09-2022, 04:40 PM   #2
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I answered my own question. Remove the mattress. At the head of the bed, there is a trap door. Inside the compartment is the pump and the bypass hose to run antifreeze through the plumbing system. No tools needed.
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I wish it were so easy to access my water pump. I have to move the mattress and unscrew the platform to access the water pump. Unfortunately, mine didn't come with the hose kit for using anti-freeze. I'm trying to blow out the lines this winter instead. Crossing my fingers that it will be fine.
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On my 2000 Conquest 6266, locate city water outside and open closest compartments? Mine has pump, FW tank, low point drains, bypass valve, all in there? Good Luck.
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Old 11-21-2022, 09:13 AM   #5
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Originally, I blew out the water lines with my air compressor and a $7.99 adapter I bought on Amazon. Also, I ran the pump twice, about 10 seconds, to run all water out. I didn't feel comfortable about the pump so I wanted to run antifreeze through it. When I took the cap off the bypass hose, there was water in it, so I was glad I ran the antifreeze through. I left all of my valves and faucets open, so the antifreeze flushed all the lines and exited the camper. The air had taken care of all water lines except the by pass hose for the pump. Remember, if you do run antifreeze through the lines, bypass the hot water heater tank. Some people disconnect the intake hose to the water pump at the tank, if accessible, and run it through that way.
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