RV Clinic November 2015

Can't Stop! Q: We have a 2013 Ram 2500 diesel to pull our 2013 35-foot CrossRoads Cruiser, and I must say it tows great. The...

Ford Fails to Downshift

Q: We have a 2008 Ford F-350 Super Duty with a 6.4L diesel and automatic transmission, purchased new. This problem only happens on rare...

Sealing Caulk Failure

Q: We opened our Forest River travel trailer after it had been covered all winter and everything looked fine. Then the spring rain came...

RV Tech Q&A: Tire-Temperature Monitoring

I’d like to know your thoughts on the ability of the tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) to correctly read a tire’s temperature. I have a...

The ABCs of RVing Systems

The ABCs of RV Systems Contrary to popular anthropologic thought, Neanderthal Man just barely predated Tent-Camping Man on the evolutionary timeline. It was only after...

Backfiring When Towing Travel Trailer

Q. My 1992 Ford Bronco has developed a problem recently. It has a 5.8-liter V-8 engine, and I pull a 26-foot travel trailer. The...

RV Cover Query

Q. What is your expert opinion on RV covers? This last year, my state set records for rainfall, and I am considering covering up...

RV Q&A: High-Wind Trailer Tipping

  Q: There is a lot of information out there about wind speed and the effects while towing a travel trailer or fifth-wheel, but I could...

Water Pump Upgrade

Q: The water pump in my old Layton 28-foot travel trailer is a manual unit that comes on only when the water pump switch...

Truck Sag

Q: I tow a 35-foot Open Range fifth-wheel with a 2011 Ford F-250 four-door crew cab powered by a 6.7L diesel. When I hook...
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