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2007 voyage 38 J

Posted 04-14-2022 at 06:25 PM by joeyraja

I am new to this so hopefully I am posting this right!!

I have very dim headlights on the 07 voyage 38 J. I am trying to find out about the headlights and possible replacement with led lights. I believe a first step is knowing what type of high beam and low beam stock lights are in the unit. I believe most headlights come from an auto model. I believe they are Ford but not sure.

Anyone know what they are or how i can find that out. Thanks
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We’re off!

Posted 04-09-2022 at 09:50 AM by Kinger

27 ft Winnebago Itasca, headed from Westernmost point in Canada, Tofino, BC, to easternmost point, Cape Spear, NFLD. The great Canadian road trip.
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Help.., no power to coach

Posted 04-02-2022 at 06:06 PM by Ardeano

No power to the coach or control panel for generator, water levels etc.

Had to have the Winnebago Sightseer 34A jumped to get it started and drove home 50 some miles. Was told prior that the batteries would not hold charge, we’re old and needed changed. Ran it all the way home, kept it running in drive and put the slide outs out (3) and started the generator back on the control panel and all the lights came on through out the coach. Sometime while talking the generator kicked off...
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Brought It Home

Posted 04-02-2022 at 04:47 AM by Ardeano
Updated 04-02-2022 at 04:54 AM by Ardeano (All the pictures I’d put up did not present.)

Well, we brought it home and I have to say it drives very well or rather I can drive it pretty good. First I pulled forward from between two cars in a lot full of cars, backed it unto the road and pulled forward a few feet stopping to assess the buzzer going off. Thank goodness I did, it was the parking brake.
My “jack down” warning light was constantly on and buzzed intermittently as I drove along. The jacks were not down, as I did a walk around before taking off. All my compartment doors...
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Black water sensors sending false positives.

Posted 03-30-2022 at 04:20 PM by HiBanky

My 2005 Journey has external proximity sensors on the black water holding tank for detecting the waste water level. These are the black square stick on type with the white + sigh in the center. Like most other types of sensors they are susceptible to sending false positive signals when guck builds up on the inside of the tank. When chemicals, ice, and enzymes don’t do the job, I have the final solution to the problem.

Get a 3-4 ft long garden watering wand with an articulating head...
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