Looks like this Monday will be the same as last, high of 14 low 6. I did discover that I had cut the wires for the second rear fan. Before I realized that I could close the valve to the engine and get more heat out of the rear radiator, I cut the second fan because they are really loud. With this cold I hooked it back up and it heats the bus quicker. We will see how it does on Monday.
Update on the air dryer. My fix did not work and for two days I had to crawl under the bus and run my heat gun for five minutes off the inverter to get pressure to the breaks. Once working it was good until I stopped for more than an hour, then back under the bus again. On Christmas day I was under the bus heating the air dryer when I decided I should check and make sure i have 12 VDC or the new one would not work. Pulled out the old DVM and nothing. Chased the wire back to the fuse panel and I have 12 VDC there. Crawled back under and started to chase the line back and it runs to a bolt on the frame. No wonder it does not work I have both side hooked to ground.
So that means the broken wire is the positive side. I had to cut the wire harness to find the one that did not have a wire coming out of it. Open it up and six inches up I found the broken wire and it had 12 VDC. I soldered the two together and before I got back into the bus I had pressure. It works.
Here are some photos of the trip up.
This is our stop on the second night after the hit to the guard rail.
Here is the damage.
Repair kit form Walmart.
Gear oil, Lacquer thinner to clean, sand prepare to help the epoxy, and the two part epoxy.
Here is the repair, still going strong.
During this whole thing we had a lot of rain and at 62 mph I found two leaks.
This is an old one I thought had been repaired. It is from the rear emergency exit. This may haunt me until the end.
Looks like I have a leak around the vent I installed in the roof. It took a while to find it because that was where Durango was sleeping. He kept raising his head and looking around, but I could not figure out why until I petted him and his back was wet. It is a very small drip.