WARRANTY TIPSHere is some information that could potentially save you some BIG MONEY.
The Freightliner warranty plan provides complete chassis coverage for 3 years/50,000 miles (whichever comes first) for all 2001-model
Freightliner motorhome chassis (those chassis built after May 1, 2000).   Freightliner chassis
owners can confirm the model year of their vehicle by locating the vehicle
identification number (VIN) label in the driver's area.  All 2001 model year
VINs have a number 1 as the 10th digit from the left or in the number 10
position.  For example, 4UZA_ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
In addition, effective Nov.  1, 2000 Freightliner has eliminated the
deductible for all pre-2001 model motorhome chassis with warranties still in effect.
Freighliner provides one of the most comprehensive chassis warranty plans in the industry.
However, you will still need to make note of any remaining problems with your chassis when you approach the end of your Freightliner warranty (just like you would for any warranty).   That is, if you are having a problem near the end of your warranty, you need to call Freightliner and have them make a note of your problem in their system, especially if you will be unable to take it in for service before the warranty expires.
If your motorhome was ORDERED prior to March 15, 1998, you have 150,000 miles/7 year coverage.   If you ordered our coach AFTE March 15, 1998, you have a 5 year, 100,000 mile warranty on your ISB engine.   However, note that Cummins warranty info keys on the delivery date of your motorhome.   So, if you ordered your coach prior to 3/15/98, but did not take delivery until after 3/15/98, the warranty period that is in Cummins computer is most likely 100,000 miles/5 years.   If this applies to you, it is easy to get your coverage changed to 150,000miles/7 years if you can prove that you ordered your motorhome prior to 3/15/98.   Call Cummins, give them your serial number so they can verify your coverage and then fax them the documentation if necessary at 800-232-6393.
ALSO, be aware that the ISB engine is only warrantied for 1 year in NON-RV applications.   When your service center calls in to Cummins to verify warranty coverage, be sure they tell Cummins that the ISB engine is in an RV.   Nothing worse than being erroneously told that your $12,000 repair bill is not covered by warranty!!
Also, note that your Jacobs Exhaust Brake is covered under the CUMMINS warranty.
Here are some VERY ESSENTIAL tips to help you with your Fleetwood warranty:
OTHER WARRANTY ISSUES
Last, you also should be aware that many components are covered by the OEM long after the Fleetwood 1 year warranty expires.   Starting in 1999, most Dometic products are warranteed for three years.   Thetford warranties their toilets for two years and is very liberal with their warranty.   These are just two examples.   In these cases where individual components are warranteed beyond one year, you may be better off calling the component vendor yourself, especially since some of them have very liberal warranty policies.