I'll just touch on a couple of my issues that I've fixed; (1) My step motor failed in Anchorage, probably because we would step out on it when opening the door before the step was fully extended. Easily replaced. (2) Wood trim under the refer would catch on the front carpet and scrape on the tile, removed it, trimmed it back and reinstalled. (3) The cheap kitchen faucet leaked from everywhere, I replaced with a residential faucet and it works and looks great. (4) The power booster for the TV antenna failed, it took awhile to find it in the passenger side overhead behind a panel. Easy to replace once you find it and get a new one. (5) My generator electrical transfer switch failed while on the Alaskan Hwy (Gen wouldn't take the load). Coachmen covered this one ($900) though I had to back track to get to a repair facility. (6) Right camera was fuzzy from the start, Coachmen replaced this too. (7) As previously mentioned, I'm currently dealing with a rear slide problem.
Even with these issues, I love the coach and enjoy tinkering on the small stuff and making improvements. We removed the dinette with wooden chairs and installed an additional hide-a bed to accommodate five kids. We ditched the inflatable mattress and retrofitted with a mechanical bed frame; makes setting and breaking camp so much quicker.
2011 Sportscoach Pathfinder 405FK
2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited