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  1. 1990 Ford Econoline E350 Super Van Conversion (New transmission, brakes and tires) Hi, we are very sad to sell our beloved camper van "Big Bertha" because we are leaving the country. We bought her in Carlsbad, California in March 2019 and we will arrive during the first week of August in Anchorage, Alaska. She served us very well in our road trip from LA to Anchorage. She is the perfect little home on wheels: super spacious, comfy and very reliable. Hopefully, she can find a new owner pretty soon. This is what you need to know about her: For the guys: - V8 7.5 liter petrol engine (runs great) - 2 RWD with high clearance - 2 gas tanks (2x 18 gallons) - 1 ton haul - milages: 65K accoriding to the 5-digit odometer, but more likely 165K - VIN 1FTHS34G8LHB83630 - Clean title - includes bull bar, roofrack and spare tire - automatic transmission has been fully rebuilt in March 2019 (150K or 3-year guarantee) - brakes (font and back) and shocks (front) have been replaced in March 2019 - new set of tires (Goodyear Wrangler Trailmark LT265/75R16) in April 2019 - new starter in May 2019 - maintenanced regularly - Sportsmobile look - marine battery chargeable by car battery/alternator. 400W inverter (DC to AC) is included so you can charge any appliance (laptop, mobile phone, camera, ...). - jumper cables, box full of fluids (engine oil, brake fluid, steering pump fluid, ATF) and jack included - Californian license plate - passed Californian smog test in March 2019 For the girls: - spacious interior (12 foot from the back of the drivers seat) - lots of storage under double bed with a sliding drawer accessible from both inside and out - large fridge and water tank with manual pump - windows are tinted so you don't need curtains. You can see from the inside to the outside, but not vice versa. Perfect for the stealth van life! - passenger seat turns 180° and pulls down completely - 8 fully working individual switch lights throughout the van. They work even when the van is not running which is really handy - The windows next to the bed have a cage on them so you feel safe when left open. - includes gas stove, pots, pans, cups, cuttlery and grill - foldable table at side doors and 2 folding chairs - plants are included Asking price is 6900$. Interested? For more information, mail us at kristof.druppel@gmail.com or call +14242969964
  2. I owned a 99 e450 Jayco, it was great but a few things electrical happened I would like to share to "hopefully", prevent the hours of trouble shooting I went through to find the problems. While driving with the cruise engaged, the cruise quit. I looked for a fuse under the dash, it was good, there was a recall on these and a harness on the cruise module was replaced and the module and harness are right under the brake booster behind the fuse box under the hood. In that harness is a 2 amp fuse. My fuse wasn't burnt but the 2 amp fuse link wire was broken where it connected to the spade inside the fuse, it looked perfect but was open, replaced the fuse and all was well. The ac system started blowing a fuse under the dash, the fuse went to the blend door module controls. Under the motor cover, directly under the area of the AC controls is the wrapped harness of wires, The end of a bolt from the engine side was touching the harness and worked it's way inside through the insulation, causing the short. Tape on the end of the bolt and a zip tie on the harness pulling it off the bolt end fixed it.
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