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|1985 "Holiday Rambler" Ford E350, Class C (RB26) Help Please||Ryder||2-27-17|
|I have recently purchased my first RV! She runs quite good, but a bit difficult to start. I've noticed most are because of the fuel pump to starter solenoid connection. Anyways, She needs a bit of TLC inside and out. The engine is a Ford 460/7.5L"E" with around 38,000 miles on it. Its in pretty good shape giving the age, but completely lacks any sort of wire grouping/organization, and protective conduit. Also the vacc lines are just laying round loosely, with some not even connected. Some lines lack any hose clamps where from my eyes... just does not seem correct. I could be wrong though... but before i start to just wing it, id like to see if getting some manufacturers info, if at all is possible. I've been looking for months with no luck what so ever. I plan on completely remodeling the inside to more of a toy hauler/garage/man cave/ house and since i am a young vet, i want to drive this panty dropper with my chopper, tools, beer, and Rottweiler across the land of the free! So any advise, or tricks of the trade I would greatly appreciate! I am also looking for Manuals, Engine diagrams, Electrical diagrams for RV part, Floor plans, anything to help me bring this bad boy back to life and keep on keeping on! Thanks for your help!|
|I purchased a 1976 Holiday Rambler Imperial 5000 Mini Motor Home and of course it didn’t come with any owner’s manual for the coach. I contacted Monaco National Parts at 1-877-466-6226 and they were able to provide me a photo copy of the original owner’s manual for $25.00 plus shipping. I hope that helps...|