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Old 07-02-2014, 11:28 AM   #21
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I was told my new Adventurer 35P has a wire running from the 7-pin rear bumper area to inside the cab for a trailer brake. The dealer could not find it but they didn't look very hard. Does anyone know what it looks like or where it might be located at each end?
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Old 07-02-2014, 12:13 PM   #22
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Brake Connector

follows There is a pigtail in you stuff bag that plugs into the connector. It is in the center of the picture.
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Old 07-02-2014, 07:23 PM   #23
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Raycyn,

No we didn't get it at Johnsons as we purchased it at a Good Sam/Camping World Rally in Atlanta. So now my dealers are any CW that sells Winnebagos. The local CW in Woodstock was the dealer that ultimately sold the coach and did the PDI and installed the options. I would however never recommend them for anything. I have had great luck with the CW in Robertsdale, Al.

I am quite happy with the quality of the coach and just about everything in it. It would be nicer if the V-10 was a little quieter though.

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Old 07-03-2014, 03:42 AM   #24
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Issues I have had with our 2014 37F:
Drawer in galley had slide rails out of parallel (fixed myself)
Outside Grab rail screws rusted (replaced with SS from Lowes)
Outside Compartment locks (3) key'd wrong (replaced by Winnebago)
Hotwater Heater on propane would not stay lit. (adjusted flame myself)
Towel ring missing in back bath (Winnebago sent one)
Plastic vents on drivers door window missing (they snap in)
Full wall slide topper billows in strong winds (spring tension?) on list
Leveling jacks "pop" (TBD) I have seen this is a known issue. Nuisance mostly.
Ipod connection not accessible (its on the rear of the InfoCenter)
Hate the Rand/Good Sam GPS (posted on another thread)
Had to connect antenna on back of Blu-Ray for FM.
As I said mostly minor.

Modifications:
Added sewer hose holder
Added Hooks to shower door for towels (command hooks, but used 2 part epoxy to hold them)
Added Fumoto Engine oil drain
Switched engine oil to full synthetic
Added Progressive Industries power monitor (added after transfer switch protects Shore and Gen power)
Added in-line water filter in wet bay (blue inline and 90 deg brass fittings with short hose)

Need to add Valve Stem extensions (anyone done them?)


adding the fumoto engine oil drain was the best $26 we have ever spent. sure makes the task of changing the oil a lot easier

hmm... separate forums... Perhaps winnebago posts ought to be separate from itasca posts :-)

personally, i have learned a lots from the forums posts, even when it is not originally written specific to our 2009 itasca suncruiser 35P (hope that's okay).

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