Question about Pace Type 30-0060 1121-0369 D1 .060 D2 .188
I have a 93 Pace Arrow motor home - i have bought new batteries for it an have somehow lost track of how it was wired, as my son in law took them out an he doesnt remember how them came out.. Do you have a wireing schematic for this vehicle how the batteries are wired in place. there is 3 each an i have no idea how they were in place now as i didnt take them out> can you help >>?? thanks 'Dennis
SOURCE: pace i.3.33
get a multimeter and connect the black probe to the metal part of the closed box, connect the red probe to the middle pin hole of the sattalite input connector and tune into a channel
You shold be getting around 13v +/- 2v
+18v +/- 2v
If you are not getting this your tuner has failed.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
SOURCE: Fresh Water Supply
Mark that is an easy answer on my 77 pace arrow if you look on the driver side of the motorhome underneath there is a vale down there so that you can drain and blow the lines for the winter. I found out the hard way about mine the first time that i turned on the water and it poured all over the ground. Maybe you can help me where is your lp tank on yours i can't find it on mine any ideas
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Aside from having it reseated professionally, you could use clear silicon sealant to close the gaps and secure the glass.
A tube costs about three dollars. You apply it with a caulking gun. If you take your time, you can fix the problem permanently and it will still look like a pro did it.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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