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Old 09-22-2016, 11:50 AM   #1
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I have a 7.5 gen on my journey.Should it run both of the ac units when I am running off the gen? I just happen to check the other day,but the one on the drivers side was not working. THanks
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Old 09-22-2016, 12:24 PM   #2
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Hi Sewerdog, Your 7.5 should run both easily. You may have a bad unit... You need to say your Journey's year and A/C type for more help..
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ITs a 2004 with basement air.Iam not sure on the make and model.I will get back with u all after work where I can take a look and make sure. THanks
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sewerdog, the basement air unit is on the passenger side next to the engine. The fans on the drivers side next to the engine are for the dash A/C condenser unit.
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Sewerdog, There is a lot posted on basement air systems on this forum..
I hope that you can find all your answers there.. It/they helped me a lot!
I have the same year and model that you have feel free to email me if
you have any questions...
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Since you have a basement a/c, there is no left/right a/c. But if you are talking about the vents in the ceiling, and you're not getting much air flow from the drivers side, then the problem is probably a major leak in the duct work in the rear of the coach. There is a big "Y" that splits the air to driver and passenger side.

One member "FIRE UP" has a good photo of what the venting looks like with the rear cap off on a coach like yours. Here's a thread with the pics:
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f101/base...em-309312.html

Here's a link where you can download a the removal procedure I wrote many years ago. It makes it pretty straight forward to pull the Basement A/C if you need to get at it in the future.
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&p...zBiZTYxYzU5ZWQ

Here's a link to the Coleman RVP Service manual:
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&p...GI4N2U4N2MzODE
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Thanks but i dont have a problem.Mine works fine i thought that both sides of the ac units where suppose to work with just the unit inside the motor home work. I understand now that one side runs up front of the m.h THanks again!
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