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Old 10-13-2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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OF course getting ready to leave for the TCA train show in York PA. tomorrow
I have a 04 adventurer on a Workhorse W22 chasiss........ an I found a chewed 5/16 hose on the ground
underneath I found a chewed off hose coming out of ( for lack of a better term ) 2 black plastic Lunch Boxes sitting on theyre sides.... rear of the muffler.. dead center of the coach... just in front of the rear tires and between the frame but I cant find any other hose that ran to it seem like it just ended there..
I took the Coach out for propane and fuel and ( so far ) do not see any problems ,

What are those boxes.... where is that hose supposed to lead to...?
should I go to the workhorse forum is it a winnebago item .\
aggghh!
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OF course getting ready to leave for the TCA train show in York PA. tomorrow
I have a 04 adventurer on a Workhorse W22 chasiss........ an I found a chewed 5/16 hose on the ground
underneath I found a chewed off hose coming out of ( for lack of a better term ) 2 black plastic Lunch Boxes sitting on theyre sides.... rear of the muffler.. dead center of the coach... just in front of the rear tires and between the frame but I cant find any other hose that ran to it seem like it just ended there..
I took the Coach out for propane and fuel and ( so far ) do not see any problems ,

What are those boxes.... where is that hose supposed to lead to...?
should I go to the workhorse forum is it a winnebago item .\
aggghh!
thanking you guys in advance !
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Old 10-13-2008, 08:24 AM   #3
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PS I will take a photo of it , but do not know how to post pics on here.

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Old 10-13-2008, 08:59 AM   #5
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Thanks
but thats gonna take awhile .
If any one wants to really see the pics of it I took
email me , and I will email you the pics
at: [email protected]

by the way
no fluid comes from it. and there is no other hose hanging down ANYWHERE that We could find....... seemed like good eatin' for the squirrel !~
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Send them to me I and I will post them for you. Just give some info on each picture so tell what we are looking at.

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Old 10-13-2008, 12:04 PM   #7
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This sounds like the Vapor Recovery System. Good luck!!
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Old 10-13-2008, 04:56 PM   #8
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If I'm looking at the correct boxes, it has two hoses that are about 5/16 and the part number tags on mine say W5121 and W5122. Hope someone has a parts list that can figure it out.
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Here is the photo looking front the front of the coach.

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