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Old 11-07-2020, 01:25 PM   #1
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I guessed at the year of my old trailer. Any one know if there is any ID, or manufacture tag/label anywhere, besides the VIN tag?
The water pump works, but water flows out of one of the 2 vinyl hoses near the tank. The look like overflow hoses or something. Not part of the water lines.

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Old 11-07-2020, 09:33 PM   #3
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Will do. Lost my phone today after taking a pic of the VIN tag. As soon as I get my new one, Tuesday, Ill take some pictures. The water was coming out the low spot drains. Easy fix.
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The VIN number does contain the model year. Assuming yours is new enough to have a 17 digit VIN, tell us the 10th digit from the left, that is the year.

The first 3 digits starting on the left, 1LC means Sunline Coach Co.

On the water pump/hoses etc, pics really help explain what you are seeing.

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Thanks John.
Got it.
Also figured out my water was just coming out my low spot drains. An easy fix.
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John, I do indeed have a17 digit VIN, but the 10th digit is an R.
1LC2S1G25RD175953
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John, I do indeed have a17 digit VIN, but the 10th digit is an R.

Any clues?
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Hi Brad,

The model year is 1994. The actual model number (floor plan) is not contained in the VIN. But if you know it is a T-1700, then you have the model number. If you are not sure, you can look up in the 1994 sales brochure in our files section to confirm the layout lines up with the model number.

OR take pics of each outside wall and post and we can help you back into the model.

Glad the leak was easy to fix!

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That's great. I just knocked off 6 years on the age of my trailer. Was told it was 32 yo.
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T-1700 Batteries

Thanks all for answering my water and trailer age questions.
Anybody know if there are any hidden batteries on a 1994 T-1700?
There appears to be a big red wire from the inverter, labeled battery, positive, but it disappears into the bowels of the little rig.
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No hidden batteries. That red battery wire should exit the front of your frame for connection to the battery.
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Roger that John. Ill check it out in the morning. Had not seen any batts in my search, but hidden was what I was thinking.
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The stock setup has the batteries on the trailer tongue.
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Got it. Thanks. Found the wire bunch/group underneath.
Luckily, no other questions now.
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Welcome Brad! You indeed have a 1994.
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