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We have recently obtained a Ford Transit 90 280 LWB Van m...
We have recently obtained a Ford Transit 90 280 LWB Van minus an Owners
manual, can anyone tell us how to alter the clock, PLEASE!

Betty Higginbottom

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Hi. I have just purchased a used ...


Hi.

I have just purchased a used 2004 Ace Napoli motor home and on our first
trip in windy conditions I thought the side entrance door to the camper
section was going to blow off its hinges at about 50 mph, does anybody
know of any modification  or similar that can be done to over come this.
What must be a common fault with all Swift models like this.

Thanks

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Hi Has anybody out there got documentation on the...
Hi

Has anybody out there got documentation on the
Cramer D-5750 Control Unit
distribution modules? Mine is
fitted to a 1989 Burstner T610 but they were fitted to several continental
Motorhomes.

Hoping...!

Aitken Scott

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Hi , I have a problem. I own a Toyota Sunland Expr...
Hi ,

I have a problem. I own a Toyota Sunland Express. I believe it is 23"
in length and has a 4cylinder engine in it. The mileage is around
73,000 and it runs and looks great. The interior is like new and I
added a 1350 btu a/c unit as soon as I bought it the week before labor day
in 2003. Two weeks later we had a 10" retractable awning installed.
The a/c was also professionally installed. We only used it five times
as we just don't have the time so we put it in a camp grounds for the
summer, close to home so we could enjoy it. Unfortunately before we
even spent one night in it it was destroyed in a flood. The insurance
company says it is only worth $4,900.00. I have to prove that the
motor home would bring more on the open market. Please can anyone tell me
where i can get documentation as to what these units are actually being sold
for out here in the real world. Classified ads with prices they say
will do the trick . If pics are included that would help.

Thanks.

David J. Wilhelm

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Can anyone help? We have a <u> Talbot Exp...


Can anyone help? We have a
Talbot Express
Camelot 1987 and
we are looking for a 2
litre petrol engine
to replace
the old one. We heard that a Peugeot 505 can be used, but we have not
been able to find anything. Can anyone advise us on what type of engine
will fit this model and if anyone knows where we can find one or even
better supply one. Hope to hear from you.


Mrs. C. Brush - Poole Dorset.


Telephone:

01202 624488


e-mail


 
Hi I'm looking for window catches/blinds for a hob...
Hi

I'm looking for window catches/blinds for a hobby motorhome 2000 onwards.
These are the plastic catches that break for a past time. Can anyone
help?

Thanks.

Mac

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Hiya Does anyone have a <u> repair manual for...
Hiya

Does anyone have a
repair manual for the Talbot
Express 1300D with 2500 diesel engine
van chassis for sale

Best regards

Vic Myers

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I have a Compass Drifter and I would like to...


I have a Compass Drifter and I would like to know if it is possible to
charge the battery for the actual van by using the hook up. The
camper has a switch for 'battery aux off cab' and then another switch
for 'off and aux 1' What is the position for these to charge the
auxiliary batteries as well  I really could do with a manual where
do I obtain one from.

Regards


Jane Church

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We offer our <u>Rural accommodation on 7 acres</u> ju...
We offer our Rural
accommodation on 7 acres
just 20 mins
from Auckland City. It's clean, near new, fully equipped and
as well our Toyota Tourer Van
to explore our beautiful land. We arrive in England April 2007 and
wish to stay for about 3 weeks. Come see our mountains, rivers, lakes
geysers and hot pools. Even cook a spud for tea in one, You won't be
disappointed in what's here in NZ. You can even see a KIWI.
There's still a few of us left. Best of all there's hardly anybody
here but don't tell anyone. Shhhh !!
Any campervans for swap??

Cliff Hawley

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Hi. Can anyone help? We have just bought an H Reg....
Hi.

Can anyone help? We have just bought an H Reg., 2 litre petrol
AutoHomes Highwayman. Every thing is fine except for the horrendous
smells when driven. We think this may be coming from the waste water tank,
but we can not locate any drain tap, despite the handbook saying it is
located on the nearside rear end. There is a pipe coming out of
vehicle near sink but nothing comes out so it must be going somewhere.

Can anyone advise?

Thanks.

Kath and Ted

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