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Old 09-30-2019, 03:40 PM   #1
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Engine "shroud" need correct part name

While working on our 05 Winnebago Sightseer, a rubber cover that separates the engine from the camper wall tore into many pieces. We cannot figure out what to call it so we can replace. We think it protects the top of the engine.

Screws into the back of the engine compartment all the way across. Help?
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Old 09-30-2019, 03:49 PM   #2
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While working on our 05 Winnebago Sightseer, a rubber cover that separates the engine from the camper wall tore into many pieces. We cannot figure out what to call it so we can replace. We think it protects the top of the engine.

Screws into the back of the engine compartment all the way across. Help?
rather than guess I suggest you call Winnebago Parts at 1-800-537-1885. have the VIN of your chassis or the Serial # of your coach so they can look up your specific vehicle. They'll give you the part name, part number and a price. You can then shop that part # or simply order it from Winny. Lichtsinn Motors in Forest City has competitive pricing on parts. 1-800-343-6255 or https://www.lichtsinn.com/rv-parts.
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Old 10-17-2019, 07:40 AM   #3
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Engine Shroud

On my '05 Sightseer 29R there is a rubber curtain in front of the engine, keeping dirt and debris from the top of the engine. It is located inside the front hood, above the radiator. That is the only rubber shroud I see. Mine has a few tears due to the sheet metal screws being tightened too much, but otherwise is serviceable. For it's purpose, any heat resistant heavy weight matting would work. Remember the cut outs for checking oil and tranny fluid.
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