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Internet. Everything that leads to Fleetwood only covers motorhomes. I've followed up on 87 URLs and all I get is more URLs and Fleetwood, who doesn't cover their discontinued Terry trailers. Or any other of their TT lines. If it ain't a motorhome, forget about it, we're not interested in talking to you.
Pretty odd marble, though it's not very old. So you could search ebay, amazon, you know the like, or maybe you already have. There might be some used manuals for sale somewhere, the year may not be much of an issue. Any help if you tried contacting the company by phone? That might be a maze in itself, but it might be worth a try. Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do not tow it with any wheels on the ground it will burn up the trans and transfer case. If you use a dolly on the front remove the rear driveshaft.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Check your vehicles safeties. Your ECM is probably programed for engine shutdown if it senses low oil pressure or low coolant level. Do a preliminary check.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
You can do it if you really wanted to. You'll need to make sure the steering wheel is secured and that the wheels are perfectly straight or you will wreck the front tires. You will be adding unneeded mileage onto the the car by having the front wheels turning. would be better and less costly overall to get trailer that you can put the front end up on.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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
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