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Old 10-23-2003, 10:19 AM   #1
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Where's the *&%$# Water Pump ?!?

I have been looking at my new 2004 Mountaineer by Montana 318BHS fifth wheel, thinking about winter. Got to looking hard at what I need to do.


The dealer said it is under the bottom drawer in the back bedroom area. Nope. Nothing there but the electrical cord.

I took off the cover under the fridge and can see the water heater, and a line coming into it and heading through the floor. No pump in sight. Did the idiots put the pump somewhere that you can't get at with a hose for the antifreeze?!

SOMEBODY HELP ME PLEASE!! I know there has to be a pump, we've run it, I just can't find it!!!!

2000 F-250 4x4 Diesel
2004 Mountaineer 318 BHS
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