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A bit more info would be helpful ie model etc the link below is where you will obtain a copy of the owners manual, but workshop manuals or specifications do not appear top be available on this website http://fleetwoodrv.com/partsandservice/
Usually these manufacturers base their build on either Chevrolet of Ford running gear, if you are correct that it is based on a Ford chassis then contacting the right people in Ford customer support with the engine & chassis number handy will reveal the size & type ("V" or "Y" block, Windsor or Cleveland etc) along with what other mainstream applications that engine type was used in (their cars and or trucks lines). This will give you what you need to go to the local library and borrow a suitable workshop manual that will have pictures of the EGR valve location on the intake manifold along with the servicing technique (given the vehicle age, take it out = chuck it out), if not you can buy an aftermarket or genuine Ford Manual
you will see a saddle with two bolts, one on top and one on the bottom. Remove the two to gtet the calipers off. I do suggest to use a C clamp first with the old pads to compress the caliper piston all the way in before removing the calipers
No it does not. Your engine should either be the V8, V10 gasser or the 7.3 ltr diesel. All of these engines have timing and gears in the front side of the engine. The only ones that will need the cab removed or pulling the engine is the trucks equipped with the 6.0 liter engine as they have the gearing on the back side of the engine. These started in 2003 and went until 2007 I believe.
You need to purchase a workshop manual. Follow the manual to remove the cylinder heads and then have the heads tested for cracks. If they come back clean, have them skimmed to repair the mating face, then clean and prepare the block. Fit the new gaskets and reassemble the engine. It is impossible to write each step as I am unable to see what needs to be done, so purchase the workshop manual as this makes things much easier..
Follow the lower radiator hose to the casting covering the thermostat
on the front of the motor. This casting is directly underneath the
power steering pump. There are three bolts holding the casting onto the
block. You will need to use a 10-mm wrench to remove the three bolts.
Once you remove the casting, you will have access to the thermostat.
You may need to use a pair of pliers to remove it from the block. Once
it is removed, there will some anti-freeze that will pour out of the
block, so be prepared for the spillage.