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 on: March 24, 2015, 11:43:25 am 
Started by bobojay - Last post by bobojay
Yep, Ford says. The market is dwindling for the E series as the Transit takes over some duties and a lot of public safety entities are adopting to the new F-series chassis cabs and Chevy/GMC 4500's.

The Econoline vans haven't been produced for over a year now....

 on: March 24, 2015, 10:20:17 am 
Started by bobojay - Last post by donc13
Ford says they will keep making the E Series cutaways for as long as there is a market for them.   Only the actual Econoline vans will no longer produced.


 on: March 24, 2015, 07:47:14 am 
Started by DeanCHS1980 - Last post by Bob n Barb
We have a 2350 with the same problem. I will try to mount a wall mount swivel thing on a 'drawer slide' to move in and out of the cabinet. Don't have all the particulars figured out yet, but the idea is on its way.

 on: March 23, 2015, 10:24:02 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by Pax
Wonder who will be buying up every E450 they can get their hands on?

 on: March 23, 2015, 10:19:31 pm 
Started by bhgareau - Last post by Pax
All I can contribute is that my backup camera runs through a 'Riverpark AV Distribution Box' which is located in the cabinet above the passenger seat (Model AVS050HD).

   - Mike

 on: March 23, 2015, 09:57:36 pm 
Started by bhgareau - Last post by bhgareau
We took advantage of temps in the 40's to begin the process of getting our PC ready for camping. We noticed that the rear view mirror and rear camera  Sony display were not getting power. I pulled the  kick panel near the emergency brake and checked all the fuses assuming the wiring passes thru that area. There did not appear to be any blown fuses  and even after changing several there was no change. Does anyone know if both the Sony display monitor and the  rear view mirror with temperature and compass both run off the same fuse and where that fuse is located? Does anyone have any other ideas what might be causing this issue? And yes, I did try pushing the power button on each unit .... My wife kept bugging me to keep trying!

 on: March 23, 2015, 09:12:15 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by bobojay
Idjit, when PC starts building on the Transit or F series chassis, we'll be'll be awhile

 on: March 23, 2015, 06:28:39 pm 
Started by Idjit - Last post by ron.dittmer
Thank You Jim

 on: March 23, 2015, 03:49:30 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by Idjit
If you have any interest in PC you should take the time and go to the factory. You will find that it is an experience like no other in the RV world.

No "deer in the headlights" there. All the employees are extremely knowledgeable and will take time to talk to you and explain anything you are curious about.

Well worth the trip to Indiana.

 on: March 23, 2015, 02:18:46 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by bobojay
Finally! got to see a PC in person last week. We made a quick overnight stop at LazyDays RV in Tampa and I took a little stroll around the lot. Actually saw 2 of them but one was locked.
I was really impressed with the wood work quality and the Ultraleather chairs and couch, (desert sand, cherry wood), not my optimal color combo but still beautiful nonetheless.

As a side note, while walking I noticed a noise coming from a Coach House class C sitting there, it was running and was HOT, not overheated but obviously had been running awhile. Told the security guard who acted like, no big deal, and she said she'd been there for 6 hours on her shift and that it had probably been running since that morning. It was 730pm.....nice. Lazydays impressed us as a huge out of control RV superstore. Employees that couldn't care less. We ran into a couple of them that when asked a simple question, looked like deer staring into headlights  sad

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