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SuperC Info and Discussions / Bedroom Slide
Last post by brothedj -
I have a 2005 Gulfstream Endura 6340.  My bedroom slide goes out smoothly untill the last 6 to 12 inches when it seems to catch or bind up.  It makes 2 to 3 clunking sounds before it fully extends.  There is 3/4 of inch difference between the front  and back of the slide when extended.

I have read Equalizers bulletion about the timing assembly an the trantorque adjustment.  That ends with any remaining adjust will be done by Gulfstream.  Thus, the entire mechanism would need to be adjusted in order to get the slide to extract evenly.  There are no issues when it retracts,

Has anyone encounteed the clunking and catching when extracting and if so has anyone attempted to re-align the slide..

As always thanks in advance

Doug  Brothers
Site Instructional Guides / Duramax fuel filter head replacement
Last post by azdd11 -
Hi All, My Duramax fuel filter head/housing is leaking pressure causing a stall/limp mode.  I have parts to replace it.  It looks simple, 2 bolts, hoses and electric.....but the rear bolt (towards firewall) is not visible/accessible from under the hood or thru the doghouse.  It's appears to be covered by a casting on the bracket.  Any ideas / experience would be appreciated.  Thank you.
SuperC Info and Discussions / Re: Power Steering hose and o-ring
Last post by Fisherck -
I bought a 22" piece of 3/4" Gates Plant Master Xtreme 325 Braid hose as a replacement. No issues replacing it. I also bought a replacement o-ring at NAPA p/n WH 7629x8. I ran the truck for 30 minutes without issue.

I did discover the fitting on the back of the pump is an Eaton STC product. The fitting contains and o-ring, backup ring and latch ring. You can get the right tools and parts as listed in this catalog:
SuperC Info and Discussions / Power Steering hose and o-ring
Last post by Fisherck -
2006 Seneca 35gs  c5500 duramax

I'm trying to find the part number for hose #19 and o-ring #17. The local gm parts counters can't find them and there aren't any medium duty truck centers near. I have spent many hours looking online. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

SuperC Info and Discussions / Re: Equalizer 1702 Control Panel
Last post by sctc72 -
I repaired a ground near the pump and my simular problem was corrected. The compartment to the left of the entry door has a black metal access cover inside on the back wall which needs to be removed to see the breakers.
SuperC Info and Discussions / Re: Equalizer 1702 Control Panel
Last post by brothedj -
I have a 6340 2005 Gulfstream.  My jacks are extracted and will not retract.  The control panel has lights but none of the buttons will all retract or individually retract.  I put my big slide in before I tried to retract the jacks and it came in very slowly.  The temp is around 50.  Now the neither of the slides will activate also.  It appears to be something with the hydraulic pump, the relay on the pump.  The Equalizer documentation says there is a 12 volt 50 amp breaker in the forward or outside electrical compartment.  Does anybody have a clue where this would be located and/or ideas how to troubleshoot the problem thanks

Doug Brothers
2005 Gulfstream Endura 6340