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Old 07-22-2018, 05:31 PM   #1
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I have a 1995 Roadtrek Popular 190 whose tank monitors are basically useless. I would like to install SeeLevel monitors, but I cannot find anything that confirms that they will work with my vehicle or, for that matter, with any Class B. Has anyone had any experience with this?
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I have a 1995 Roadtrek Popular 190 whose tank monitors are basically useless. I would like to install SeeLevel monitors, but I cannot find anything that confirms that they will work with my vehicle or, for that matter, with any Class B. Has anyone had any experience with this?
Our GWV Legend came with one. You should be able to install one on any RV assuming that (a) the tanks are plastic; (b) they have a flat, unobstructed, vertical surface that extends from the bottom to the top of the tank; and (c) you have access to said flat surface. Beyond that, it is just a matter of running wires and mounting the display.
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We put them on our 07 Chevy based 190.


Like Avanti said said for mounting requirements.


The wiring is usually not too bad because you can reuse the original tank sensor wiring. Maybe a lengthening or shortening here or there to get to the flat part of the tank. Display will also use those same wires, so no major wire pulling required.
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You dont even have to run wires, just use the old ones from the old tank monitor. I put one on my 80 170.
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