Started by Adventure, May 12, 2022, 11:30 PM
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Quote from: eXodus on June 23, 2022, 06:15 AMI would turn the power steering line around to get the panel to fit. Bleeding the systems is not difficult. Just raise the front the tires of the floor. Start the engine and let a helper turn the steering slowly side to side - about 10 times while you watch and refill the reservoir.it's pretty difficult to upload pictures here. I've send you a PM with my email - just answer there and I can get you a few pictures.
Quote from: eXodus on June 10, 2022, 05:54 AMIt's an old RV could have lost that bolt a long time ago for that piece of metal.All the wire harness are tied up against the frame rail inside those rings. The metal flex pipe you are showing there is either the transmission shifter or the handbrake for the rear wheels. When you got the Autopark - or E-Brake it's likely the shifter.Focus on getting your current leaks fixed (powersteering and transmission) the brake lines look ugly but could hold up a few more days. Just don't plan cross country trips on those anymore.
Quote from: eXodus on May 29, 2022, 05:46 AMFrom the transmission there are two hard-lines running on the passenger side frame rail of the engine to the radiator at the front. Inside the radiator the transmission fluid get cooled. But when it's not red on a towel it could be another leak from the power steering system.
QuoteWhere is your reservoir mounted? Is that round cylinder in the second picture the part where the fluid is coming from? You are sure it's not just dripping from above? I've never seen a cylinder like this on any of my two P30 I owned.
QuoteFrom the picture your RV looks pretty rusty, might be just my perception - since I'm usually dealing with rust free Florida vehicles. Rust belt vehicles parts can just fail randomly. Might be worth looking into the history of the RV.