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HOW TO CHANGE AN V10 TRITON ALTERNATOR

I HAVE A ITASCA 05 MOTORHOME WITH A V10 TRITON AND WONDERED HOW HARD IT IS TO CHANGE OUT THE ALTERNATOR

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SOURCE: coolant in crankcase

You may have a blown head gasket. One of the head gasket's job is to prevent coolant and oil from entering specific parts of the engine. Over time the gasket wears down and holes appear. Your cooland may have passed through these holes causing it to mix with oil. You would notice steam appear at the tail pipe, where some of the coolant may mix with the exhaust as a result of this.

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SOURCE: Installed new battery, now blower

Was there more than one cable on the +pos post of battery? Sometimes there are secondary wires added at the terminal for the battery and maybe one was left off. Look around the battery area for a wire that didn't get put back on. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 09, 2010

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