Some more definite info will be helpful as we sort the question. One problem we need to get clear is which specific RV you have. Do you have thRV which is officially called "winnie" or is that just using the term for any RV by Winnebago.
Year, make, and actual model will let us understand more exactly which you have.
Not trying to make it difficult but there are so many different "winnies" that we need to clear a lot of clutter first. Sometimes it even gets down to which options and whether the RV was built early or late in the year as they made changes midyear on lots.
If this sound like info you don't have handy, there should be a label near the driver that gives lots of info of that sort.
As you go along, you will find there are many things where we need to know which chassis the RV is built on and the date is important for things on the chassis like brakes or auto parts. Sometimes the chassis is a year older than the RV portion as it was ordered by Winnebago and may set for some time before they added the coach on top.
It is not uncommon to find a 96 RV built on a 95 chassis so getting that donw in your mind may help avoid lots of parts mistakes later! Check that label to verify and tell us more exactly what you have?
This should take you to a list of the 1996 Winnebago: