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  • About JWA
    Reynoldsburg, Ohio
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    Econline or E-Series
    Current Mileage
    250,000 or more
    Miles per year
    15,000 - 19,999


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  • Last Activity: Today 05:06 AM
  • Join Date: 08-01-2010
  • Referrals: 1


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  1. 04-21-2018 08:58 PM - permalink
    Hi, I see you're like the pro at how the heater/coolant lines in the vans go... I removed the rear ac, need to know which lines to do what with... I have three coolant lines not two =(
  2. 04-21-2018 01:01 PM - permalink
    Hi JWA, I thought you might be able to help me with the leak in my 1998 e-350 van. I can see exactly where the water is coming in - at the pinch weld behind the interior trim at the upper corners of the windscreen (just above the a-pillar). I've read a lot of your comments on this same problem on other threads. I had the windshield removed cleaned up and replaced (although the glass folks said there wasn't much rust and looked pretty good overall). The van continued to leak. Then, I figured that the water is somehow entering where the drip rail meets the corner of the windshield gasket, so I sealed all these cracks along with the entire gutter system with polyurethane sealant (Vulkem 116). It appears I still have the leak. I don't see how it can be the windshield seal that is my problem since the water appears to be coming in between the two pieces of metal just below the ws sealant. Thoughts?
  3. 04-14-2018 03:11 PM - permalink
    Hi JWA. I have a problem that i hope you can help me with. I have a 1997 Class C motorhome built on a E-Super Duty chassis. According to the vin its a E-450. The problem i have is the temp gauge and the oil pressure gauges do not work. The other gauges work just fine. I am having problems finding a cluster that will fit. I looked at some Dorman clusters but when i select 1997 E-Super duty it says not compatible. Is there a difference between the 1997 E-350 Econoline and the 1997 E-Super Duty? I have thought about getting a used cluster but don't want to get one that does not fit. Where can i find the model number of my cluster to match? Looking forward to any info you can give me.
  4. 04-12-2018 11:43 AM - permalink
    Hi JWA, You provided me with some guidance on this forum about now to deal with my e350 A/C cutting out due to the possible check valve/reservoir issue. I'm going to deal with that with my brother using Auric's home depot bypass method and appreciate your thoughts. I'm also looking to install a heater core water shut off valve and think I stumbled on one of your posts on another forum entirely (sportsmobileforum) where you highlighted an electronically controlled valve that the site sells for $56. It looks simple enough and is $120 cheaper than Dieselsite's newer one step product that does the same thing (before you had to buy two of their products to get fully controllable water flow. I had a follow up to your post. Would I buy a thread to barb adapter on each end of this valve to get it plumbed? Something like this: Thanks much!!
  5. 04-20-2017 08:46 PM - permalink
    They recommend me to talk to you about my issue.

    That's the post

    I'm trying to replace a side windows from e250 van from 1986 and get issue with the pop-out system to get fixed on the new glass.

    Any help appreciate. Thanks.
  6. coolfeet
    08-28-2016 09:18 PM - permalink
    I finally installed a set of Bilsteins in the front and have the rear waiting for next weekend. I found a cable hole right above the front driver side shock and had it removed in 15 minutes. Spent nearly an hour trying to compress the new shock and install it. I made a strap from duct tape and it made it super easy to install. The passenger side took less than hour from start to finish. Probably 30 minutes.
  7. 07-21-2016 02:32 AM - permalink
    I was reading through posts and you seemed pretty knowledgeable about windows. I have a 96 super club wagon with hinged side doors but I was wondering, is the pop out style window on the sliding door the same dimensions (size and latch placement )as the pop out window directly opposite/behind driver seat? I ask this because I'm trying to find a window screen to fit the pop out on the driver side. Thanks for your time.
  8. 06-24-2016 01:05 PM - permalink
    Hello JWA. My name is Cam Douglass and I an looking for the member who supplied you with some pop out window rubber for a 2nd gen Econoline a couple of years ago. Do you know how to contact him? Thanks for any help you can provide. 303-478-9320
  9. LivingLarge
    06-19-2016 06:58 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps!
  10. 56panelford
    06-18-2016 06:17 PM - permalink
    Thank you for the reps..

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