El Toro RV Service
25781 Atlantic Ocean Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630

RV Maintenance Check List

For Every Motorhome

  • Fan belts
  • Radiator and heater hoses
  • Polarity and voltage
  • Exterior lights
  • Directional signals
  • House and chassis batteries
  • Air conditioner filters(s)
  • Window seal and sealant
  • Dump valve Entry-step lubrication
  • House converter charging system
  • Generator oil and filter
  • Generator air filter
  • Generator fuel filter
  • Tires (check for wear, pressure, and age)
  • Clean/fill the freshwater tank
  • Water pump
  • Water heater
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Furnace
  • Slides and jacks
  • Wiper blades
  • Chassis lubrication
  • Fluid levels
  • Body and room seams (check for leaks, cracks or gaps in sealant)
  • Check fire extinguisher Check satellite, antenna, and entertainment system

 

The old RV adage says: when you combine a house and a car, you get the benefits of both… and all the chores, too. While this is true, there is one major difference. RV’s are much more than a “house on wheels”. Your RV was manufactured to move, custom-designed to face rigors of life on the highway and routinely subjected to jounces, bounces shimmies and shakes. And while every seam is sealed, the move and flex of travel can cause cracks and voids. Once moisture gets into your RV, the safety and integrity of your “house” can go downhill in a hurry. You must maintain it to this purpose, even when it is sitting still.

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