The roads in Indiana have proven to be the worst roads we’ve been on. We were totally surprised by the roughness of the highways, especially on I-65 which we’ve traveled on for some time. They are soooo rough that at one time we had to pull off the highway and tighten all the screws that hold the TV in above our seats. Then I happened to notice that the fan would quit running for awhile and then start up again after we hit another of the bone jarring bumps. Not only would the fan giving us trouble but the back camera was doing the same thing….off/on/off/on… It seems we’ve got a short circuit somewhere and the bumpy roads are not helping. When we pulled into our campground we found out that we really did have a problem. When it came time to “dump the air”, the switch wouldn’t activate and we couldn’t dump. Checking the hydraulic jack’s, they didn’t have electrical power either…then we found that the exterior step wouldn’t extend…”S___t !!!” And of course, we were about as unlevel as we could be. This was turning out to be one of the toughest days we’ve had for some time. The wind was gusting between 15-40mph and the temperature was maintaining a solid 80 degrees.
Well I’ve got to try and find out what kind of problem we’ve got and get it fixed. I started with the wiring under the dash. With 8 screws I’ve got the radio, air/conditioning and fan switch, and 3 other switches all out on the floor. Now I can check the connections on these and follow the wires back under the dashboard. Unfortunately I found NOTHING… Next I started checking all the different electrical boxes in the outside driver’s compartment. Hell there are so many wires that just go no-where that I was just hoping that they weren’t the problem so I left them be.
Now, who can help with the weather???