That type of handle typically has a small hex head set screw accessed from below so you can't see it.
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For anyone with a newer E 450 or 350, is there a trick to turning on the dome lights? Neither of ours work no matter the ignition key position. Canít find anything in the Ford owners manual so Iím not sure if these lights are Ford OEM or PC.Do the 12v outlets on the dash work? Could be the fuse?
Thanks in advance.
The switch between the 2 DC outlets. When I first got my PC I could figure out why my radio wouldn't shut off when I turned of the Ford engine that when i was told about the switch.On our 2010 the radio, dome lights, mirror temp and heading stay on for 15 minutes after the ignition switch is turned off, as per in the manual.
If I could just pick what I wanted it would be a 2552 full body paint... 2011 and newer. Unfortunately with my budget I am open to looking at all floor plans and then it will depend on the deal that can be negotiated. In my search I have seen some crazy $$$$ on some of these motor homes. I'm guessing they must be the I really don't want to sell it price.Don't ever be afraid to make an offer. Done with courtesy you will not offend someone. You never know their situation, especially if the listing is getting stale...they may have two coaches in the driveway.
There is a switch between the 2 DC outlets on the dash, in one direction the DC outlets and the lights above work off the chassis battery, the other direction off the house battery, and I am not sure what the middle position does.I'd bet the middle position is neither battery...just guessing. Our older coach does not have this option, would be nice to have.
I am thinking about buying one, but a couple questionsI just installed the Christmas present from my navigator/editor...an OBDLink MX+. So far I think it will be a great addition to the driving experience and economy. There is a free app for all phones and Windows, free lifetime upgrades, and has an App add-on for all the sensors on many vehicles, Ford E350/450 included. You can add gauges to your "dashboard" (once you figure out how to.) It is Bluetooth, so there are no wires.
You can use this to see your average miles per gallon? You can use this to see how much fuel you have left in your gas tank?
Is this correct?