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|1978 Revcon Motorhome Brakes/vacuum problem||Lauri||8-21-10|
|We had to replace our brake booster. The first replacement(hard to find) failed. Replaced it a second time then the frnt pass brake hose collapsed. Now that that has been replaced we have only 18-20 on the vacuum gauge. Checked main vacuum hose, its good. What are we missing? Where else or what else could it be? What is proper vacuum pressure? What is the 2 ft canister underneath(think its an auxilary booster for brakes) looks like a torpedo? Please help. Someone.|
|Re: 1978 Revcon Motorhome Brakes/vacuum problem||dave silva||8-22-10|
|Good luck finding a random mechanic who can answer this. I would suggest you connect with the Revcon Yahoo group:|
Or the GMC motorhome group.
|Re: 1978 Revcon Motorhome Brakes/vacuum problem||betty holliman||9-23-11|
|Need to know where we can find a 1978 revcon brake/vacuum booster kit|
|Re: 1978 Revcon Motorhome Brakes/vacuum problem||David||5-9-12|
|We have a 1978 slant nose Revcon. In taking the dip stick out we have managed to break the top section which links into the engine. Can anyone please advise us where abouts on the engine thee dip stick goes !! I know if sounds daft, but we cannot locate the hole now !!|
thanks in anvance of any sensible answers!!
|Re: 1978 Revcon Motorhome Brakes/vacuum problem||jason||8-3-12|
|Can you tell me where to find the fuse box on a 1978 revcon motor home. there was a small fire and some wires got a little crispy under the dash.but not too bad. want to check fuses.|