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Old 07-06-2013, 03:52 PM
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Old 07-06-2013, 06:37 PM
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Charlie, I found it, but it dosen't give me a percent readout. It gives me a guage with a slide bar that I can approximate the oil life from. Is that what you have??
Yours sounds a bit different. Here's a pic of what the Oil Life display is in my truck.
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Old 07-06-2013, 06:46 PM
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Thanks for sharing your experience and had a good time. I just got back from a 3500 trip, covering some of the same ground you did towing a 3000 TT. Did you have any problems with your trailer in Lassen? I ask because we thought about hitting Lassen on our way back, but my wife looked on their site and read some sort of caution about trailers and so we bailed on going there.
Bruce, you missed out! We had no problems pulling our trailer through Lassen; although there were a number of 180 hair pin turns that longer units would have had trouble with. We drove the park from south to north, entering at 89 at the "Raker Memorial" gate, and camped at the Manzanita Lake campground. The only problem I had with visiting there (June 20) was that many of the trails were not yet open due to snow & so we didn't get a chance to hike to the Bumpass Hell & Cold Boiling Lake geothermal features. If your unit is shorter than 24.5 feet, you'd have no problem pulling through the park's main road, which is all we ventured on. I'd go again - in late July or early August - to see more of the park.

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Thanks Charlie, mine dose seem to be different, but it could be me. I will play with it some more.
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Bruce, you missed out! We had no problems pulling our trailer through Lassen; although there were a number of 180 hair pin turns that longer units would have had trouble with. We drove the park from south to north, entering at 89 at the "Raker Memorial" gate, and camped at the Manzanita Lake campground. The only problem I had with visiting there (June 20) was that many of the trails were not yet open due to snow & so we didn't get a chance to hike to the Bumpass Hell & Cold Boiling Lake geothermal features. If your unit is shorter than 24.5 feet, you'd have no problem pulling through the park's main road, which is all we ventured on. I'd go again - in late July or early August - to see more of the park.

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Thanks Charlie, I was afraid that might be the case, but we were a bit pressed for time at that point in our trip and did not want to take a chance on a delay or problem. Luckily we may a chance to travel that way again and won't make the same mistake twice.
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Charlie, thanks for the screen shot of the oil life indicator. I figured it out.
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