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Old 06-06-2018, 06:21 AM   #1
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Need to take rear wheels off 2015 Seneca and remove fender well to get at broken furnace duct. Does anyone know the wheel torque for the Alcoa wheels?
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Old 06-06-2018, 06:39 AM   #2
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Ours is stamped on the rear wheels ~450 pounds.
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Old 06-06-2018, 08:13 AM   #3
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You might be able to get to the duct without pulling the wheels. The side panels open up and there is a fairly large area to access.
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Need to take rear wheels off 2015 Seneca and remove fender well to get at broken furnace duct. Does anyone know the wheel torque for the Alcoa wheels?
RVermont is correct, you should not have to remove the wheel. If you did it still would not get you where you need to be.

There are "L" brackets that hold the "fender" down, once unscrewed the fender will pivot up, it hinges at the top in the moulding rail. Then you can slide the whole fender assembly back towards the rear in that rail over top of the other compartment doors. Once up, you will see a plastic panel that covers the opening, it has some screws but is also attached by strong caulk. Remove that, then you can see above the wheelwell. If you have to remove the wheelwell itself the mudflaps and brackets come off first.

See my pictures below from when I had mine all apart to install my SeeLevel tank monitors. If I can help more just let me know!
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/m...lbums1497.html
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Thanks for the info. Will try.
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Thanks for the help. Finally got around to fixing duct. Turns out the water line for ice maker was grapping duct when slide was opening and closing. Needed to re-route
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Glad you got it repaired!
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