I have a 1992 Coachmen 34’ (M-340 MB Chev) which has a poor hydraulic system. The "Autopark" system ties together the Brakes, Emergency Brake, Park & Power Steering. I've spent over $4000 in a year and it's not fixed yet! Here's the VIN 1GBKP37N4M3315805.
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cross members are the chassis members that tie the side frame rails together. There will be one at the front and another at the centre of the chassis and one at the rear . There is a bolt in cross member at the rear of the gear box (rear engine mount). Most modern cars are uni-construction (that is the body is complete and the front section will have a front cross member and the sub-frame rails will be bolted under the body around the front door pillars and onto the fire wall.. IN heavy vehicles there is a front cross member the carries the front engine mount another after the gear box to carry the cabin mounts and then a member every 3-4 feet to the end of the chassis rails . Their only purpose is to tie the chassis rails together.
If you have Nantes book it will help slot also go to autozone and rent a tranny jack if not u can take a 2/12ton floor jack take a tie down and have someone help balance tranny as u slowly pull it out and lower down also if has quick fit tranny line (white snap ring on end of line securing line into tranny) u can use small flat head screwdriver use litte pressure to push in and pull on line in stead of wasting money on that tool if it's a hydraulic quick connect hope this helps but buy the manual it will help so much for the do it yourself guy
the cause of this is a defective is due to one of the following:
1. Antenna is defective or Antenna coax lead to radio shield ground
2. Antenna ground is dirty or corroded
3. Poor radio chassis ground.