We spent three nights in the "Campground" at Buddy Gregg's RV in Lewisville. The part we ordered did not fix our smart wheel, which controls the horn, cruise control, and wipers. The service manager determined that we needed a "clock spring". That is a cassette that contains about 10 feet of wound up flexible printed circuit that allows connections from the switches on the smart wheel to the steering column and on to the computer. A broken plastic piece had creased the flexible circuit board and broke the copper strips inside. A new one made everything work as designed. The campground at the dealership is a circle that holds about a dozen motorhomes. A small rec room with tv, kitchen, and free washer and dryers makes for a nice stay if you need service or are just passing through. With the economy, the complexion of the dealership has changed from just a high end Class A facility to a sales outlet for fewer of those to many pull behind units. The sales staff has dwindled from 8 or 10 to 2. Our service was excellent, and the technicians were competent. This seems to have fixed the intermittent problem we had with our horn blowing during the night. We left Lewisville on Friday for Atlanta, Texas.
Walldog, Willie and Jake