Well, as instructed by the local Freightliner Sevice Center (Hans) I took my electrical problem to the Allison Transmission Center (WW Williams). They told me, for $300, that it was an electrical problem (like I told Hans FL). It is to be noted that they didn't spend a minute more than one hour on it, but charged me for two full hours. Arguing with them got me no where. Not covered by warranty. Guess I bought those boys lunch.
So I call Hans FL back and they tell me I can't bring it for a week and because their priority is trucks, they can't tell me how long they will have it. He actually began to complain to me that he already had two motor homes to take care of when his priority is trucks. Gee .. thanks. I wish I lived closer to Gaffney.
The other FL Service Center near me now says they don't work on motor homes.
So now I am searching for a FL Service Center. I heard Youngs in Canton may be good, but still waiting on a call back from them.
If this don't work out, I may end up driving to Gaffney
I'll keep you posted when I find out what's wrong.
What I do know is that when the ignition is turned on, something is drawing a lot of current. The radio goes on then off for three or four times and the head lights dim then go to normal. After a minute or two of this, everything goes back to normal. Of course, the display says to check transmission and shift inhibit until a minute or two passes. That one cost $300
Thanks for letting me vent.