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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 460 motorhome fan belt slipping
Check and see if the pulleys are shiny looking, also are the batteries low on charge, if you have more than one battery the load on the alt is huge, add in a low or bad set of batteries and then the belt can deliver enough power to spin the alternator, and it slips. Worked on motorhomes for year's, saw this allot.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
it might have just run low on fluid while driving,the front seal may not have been installed correctly,or the cooler lines or cooler might be plugged causing the trans to overheat which will cause it to leak a steady stream...for example,my 94 bronco with a e40d acted like that too when i worked it really hard pulling stumps out in the summer last year,it leaked out really bad until it cooled down,i put 20,000 miles on it since and it doesnt leak not even a drop.so mine was just overheated really bad.As for if it is the same between vehicles it is only if both trucks are a big block,and if both are 2wd.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
In the capartment on right rear were the jack pump is there is two fuse box in there the top one has the fuses for the rear tow plug
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for your help.Ther is nothing in the owners manual that tells about this fuse box."
I was browsing unsolved problems. If you still have the problem, I'll try to help you. But it's going to be awhile trying to communicate back and forth. First...Check the engine for spark. Take off a plug wire and stick a screw driver in the wire end and place the metal part of the screw driver next to something on the van that's metal. Have someone crank it over for just a second or two and see if a small spark jumps from the screw driver to the metal part. I'll check back for your answer.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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