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Old 06-02-2004, 02:45 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the location of the black and gray water sensors on the tanks, where to access them from?? This will be on a 2000 Itasca 35U.
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Does anyone know the location of the black and gray water sensors on the tanks, where to access them from?? This will be on a 2000 Itasca 35U.
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Old 06-03-2004, 02:46 AM   #3
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The sensor wires & terminals are a serviceable item. You should be able to open up your outside storage cabinets and see the different coored wires mounted with ring terminals on the sides of the tanks.
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Old 12-28-2006, 07:15 AM   #4
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Well I have a similar question ? How to access the holding tanks sensors'? Trying to update the sensors with new ones. Has anybody done it on an Adventure 2004 or similar ?

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Old 12-28-2006, 07:53 AM   #5
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Bill,
For the black tank sensors; they are up behind the metal panel on the right side inside the sewer bay.
For the gray tank; the rear fender panel on the passenger side of the rig lifts up on some hinges. To lift it up, open the access door to the propane and the access door in front of the wheel. Inside both of those doors are some screws that will release the panel to lift up. Lift the wheel panel up and support it with a chair or something. Then you will see a large black metal plate screwed onto the frame with about 30 screws. Remove the screws and CAREFULLY pry the panel off. It is stuck on pretty good with the sticky stuff used to give it a good seal. You need to put something behind the plate to pry it off without bending it out of shape. Once it is removed, the sensors are right there.
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I don't have hinges on my wheel panel. Also, no metal plate, only the plastic wheel well housing.
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My mh is a 2002 Adventurer 35U
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