JJ No I think our 08 is the same set up,,,, think I will take off the bed frame and give it a look reset it to be able to get off easier and to work on... also I think to get to the vent tube I'm going to have to do what you did do some cutting however may save that for later,,, more interested in the pump right now.. I did use the tip of having a fill hose,, took a hose, cut it down to two feet and use it to fill and my tank fills up great,,, BTW,,, you said you had the Scan Gauge II put in did you do it on have it installed,,,, how about some more info cost etc..... also you mentioned indoor/outdoor thermometer did you do like Ron D suggested??? I did that keep the one unit in the storage compartment still gives a pretty good ideal on the temp... would love to have the one on the mirror but can not see paying the moneyDavid Sparks2008 PC 2350Houston
If you want to go a step further, install this in between the pump and RV plumbing. This cycles the pump at comfortable intervals and stabilizes the water pressure better. If you never dry camp, you won't benefit from this. If I had to do it over, I would spend the money and get this one for it's great mounting features, both bolting it to the floor as well as mounting the pump to the top of it. I just didn't want to invest in this one because at the time I wasn't sure if I would be happy with an accumulator tank to begin with. These are advertized on-line from $110 to $275. Shop around for the best deal.
Look up "shurflo 2 gallon accumulator" on Google and click on the "Images" in the top banner. Scroll down and click on the pictures that match.Here are some quick findshttp://www.civicsolar.com/product/shurflo-3400-002https://www.readymaderesources.com/cart//pumping-water/off-grid-water-pumps/shurflo-accessories-for-pumps-accumulator-tank-2-gallon-3400-002-free-shipping/prod_4169.html?ccUser=My makeshift installation here uses a $30 accumulator tank from Home Depot and it works great and has never given me any kind of trouble. But I really don't like my installation.
My brother replaced a failed water pump with a so-called quiet one of which he was disapponted with how noisey it still was.Our stock pump is truely quiet with the accululator pump and flex hose. I know my hearing is failing with age, but if I am not paying attention, I'll miss it cycle on/off pending where I am in our 2350. When the rig is quiet, it's a friendly humm even when laying on the bed above it.