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MOTORS LLC
Congratulations,
and thank you for purchasing a Grech Motors Vehicle.
You have taken ownership of a true luxury vehicle which is in a class all its own. We are
providing this manual to familiarize you with your new Grech Motors vehicle. This manual
shall serve as a reference document for the operations and maintenance procedures that
shall be required throughout the life of your vehicle. This edition covers all Chassis models,
and is designed to be used in conjunction with the original chassis manufacturer’s owner’s
literature, as well as all other component manufacturers literature.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
For your safety and the safety of others, we ask that you completely familiarize yourself with
this manual, and all other operators manuals before you operate this vehicle for the first time.
PLEASE NOTE: Updates to all manuals are online at GRECHMOTORS.COM
Grech Motors, LLC. 6915 Arlington Avenue Riverside, California 92504
(855)-99-GRECH (4-7324)
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
SAFETY
Pre-Trip Inspection (suggested minimum)
General Vehicle Safety Warnings
Vapor Door Operational Safety Check List
Electric Door Emergency Release Lever
Emergency Egress Window Operation
Emergency Roof Hatch Exit
Dual Overhead Parcel Rack
OPERATION
Drivers Overhead Control Panel
PROAIR Control Panel
Audio/Video PA Control
Factory Suspension Dump System Operation
Auxilary Battery Location
F650 Heated Mirror Operation
Back-Up Camera System
Rear Step Operation
CAUTION-ADVISORY Regarding Customer Vehicle Alterations
General Vehicle Dimensional Specifications
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Vehicle ID Lables
F450 & F550 Ultra Ride Suspension - Maintenance and Specifications
Ride Rite Air Spring - Maintenance and Specifications
Preventative Maintenance Schedule
Basic Troubleshooting Guide
F450 & F550 Vehicle Circuit Board Assy F650 & Freightliner Vehicle Circuit Board Assy 31
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Main Wiring Diagrams
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PARTS - SERVICE - WARRANTY
Vendor Reference List
GRECH MOTORS LLC LIMITED WARRANTY
GRECH MOTORS LLC General Statement
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Pre-Trip Inspection (suggested minimum)
Any item not passing inspection, must be reported immediately, before operating vehicle
FAILURE OF HIGHLIGHTED ITEM(S) TO PASS INSPECTION WILL CAUSE VEHICLE TO BE GROUNDED
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Inspection Procedure
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Check preventative maintenance schedule: for services due at present mileage
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Check Side Passenger Entry Door - Emergency Exit Operation & Obstruction Sensing
System
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Check operation of: drivers seat and seat belt
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Check operation of: steering wheel and shift levers
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Check operation of: turn indicators
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Check operation of: foot pedals and parking brake
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Check operation of: all gauges, for normal readings with engine running
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Check operation of: dash indicator lights with key on, engine not started, then again with
engine started
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Check operation of ventilation system: heating, defrosters, fans and air conditioning
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Check: horn, wipers, washers, and mirrors for cleanliness, adjustment, operation and
damage
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Check condition of: fire extinguisher, warning reflectors and first aid kit
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Check: all doors, glass and windows: for operation, cleanliness, and damage.
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Check: all emergency exits for operation, warning devices, markings, to be free and clear
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Check interior lighting: for operation and damage
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Pre-Trip Inspection (suggested minimum)
Any item not passing inspection, must be reported immediately, before operating vehicle
FAILURE OF HIGHLIGHTED ITEM(S) TO PASS INSPECTION WILL CAUSE VEHICLE TO BE GROUNDED
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Inspection Procedure
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Check Side Passenger Entry Door: for damage and proper closing operation
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Check exterior lighting: for operation and damage
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Check exterior: for cleanliness, markings and damage
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Check fuel cap: in place and secure
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Check all tires and wheels: for tread depth, cracks & bulges, missing lug nuts, and air
pressure 95 psi for F-550, 110 psi for F-650, Freightliner 110 psi
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Check: oil level
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Check: transmission fluid level
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Check: engine coolant level
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Check: power steering fluid level
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Check: brake fluid level
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Check: belts for tension and wear
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Check operation of: cameras, if applicable
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Check operation of: PA system, if applicable
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Check operation of: audio and video system, if applicable
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Check wheelchair lift: for proper function or damage and securement station equipment
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GENERAL VEHICLE SAFETY WARNINGS
NO STANDEES ARE ALLOWED, AT ANY TIME, WHILE THE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION.
DISCONTINUE OPERATION OF THE VEHICLE, IF ANY CRITICAL ITEM ON THE PRE-TRIP INSPECTION LIST FAILS TO
PASS, OR UNTIL ALL PROBLEMS HAVE BEEN RESOLVED.
DISCONTINUE OPERATION OF THE VEHICLE, IF THE DOOR WARNING BUZZER/DOOR AJAR LIGHT IS ILLUMINATED
WHILE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION.
IF A DOOR AJAR WARNING LIGHT IS LIT, CHECK ALL DOORS FOR PROPER CLOSURE. NEVER OPERATE THIS
VEHICLE UNTIL THE PROBLEM HAS BEEN RESOLVED.
THIS BUS IS NOT DESIGNED TO TOW ANOTHER VEHICLE OR TRAILER. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TOW OR PULL ANOTHER
VEHICLE WITH THIS BUS.
DISCONTINUE OPERATION OF THE VEHICLE, IF ANY PERSON STANDS IN THE BUS WHILE THE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION.
DISCONTINUE OPERATION OF THE VEHICLE, IF A DOOR OR EMERGENCY EXIT SHOULD OPEN WHILE THE VEHICLE
IS IN MOTION.
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Vapor Electric Door Operational Safety Check List
This vehicle is equipped with an Electric Actuated Passenger Door
made by Vapor/Wabtec
Electric Door Operation Safety Check List
ATTENTION
The vehicle user should conduct a daily check of each of the following systems when operating a vehicle with
an electric actuated passenger door.
Obstruction Sensing
The Obstruction Sensing System - (must be checked on a daily basis)
The electric actuated passenger door system is designed to detect an obstruction that may interfere with door’s
operation while closing. When the Obstruction Sensing System detects an obstruction while the door is closing, the
system will stop the door and then reopen it. After a brief delay, the System again will attempt to close the door. The
System will stop and reopen the door if it detects an obstruction again. If the System detects an obstruction on its
third attempt to close the door, it will stop with the door coming to rest in the open position. Pressing the door control
command button again (ref. pg 11 & 19) will allow the operator to resume the door closing process. If a problem
persists, call the Grech Motors SERVICE DEPT., at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324)
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Vapor Electric Door Operational Safety Check List
The Obstruction Sensing System Test Procedure
The vehicle driver should test the Obstruction Sensing System every day before putting the vehicle into
service. To test the System, the vehicle driver should:
1. Activate the Door Command Button to move the door into its fully opened position;
2. While keeping the passenger doorway clear of objects and passengers, the vehicle driver should create an obstruction in the doorway by placing a piece of wood or other debris in the door’s path;
3. Next, the vehicle driver should attempt to close the passenger door by activating the Door Command Button;
4. If the passenger door contacts the obstruction and fails to stop once it makes contact, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle;
5. If the passenger door stops and re-opens without seeming to contact an obstruction, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle;
6. If the passenger door contacts an obstruction, stops, re-opens and closes, and if it continues repeating this process without stopping in the open position after the third cycle, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle.
7. If the passenger door fails to close when the operator puts the vehicle into gear, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle.
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Vapor Electric Door Operational Safety Check List
Electric Door
Auxiliary Door Switch door operation This vehicle is equipped with an Auxiliary Door
Switch. The Auxiliary Door Switch allows an
operator to open the passenger door when
outside the driver’s compartment. The Auxiliary
Door Switch is located on the pillar behind the
passenger seat in driver’s compartment.
Side Entry Door in the
un-locked Position
The Emergency Release Lever
System - (must be checked on a daily
basis)
This vehicle is equipped with an Emergency
Release Lever that, when actuated, will allow
passengers to open the door. The Emergency
Release Lever System is actuated by moving
the RED HANDLE from right to left as indicated
on the sticker. See Photo No. 1 on page 13.
When the Emergency Release Lever is in
the left position, the door can be opened with
hand-pressure applied to push the door out
and away from the bus.
Side Entry Door in the
locked Position
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Electric Door Emergency Release Lever
Electric Door
The vehicle driver should test the Emergency Release Lever (ERL) System every day before putting the vehicle into
service. To test the System, the vehicle driver should:
1. Actuate the Emergency Release Lever by moving the red handle from the right to the left.
See Photo No. 1 on page 13.
2. Open the door by pushing it out and away from the coach.
3. When released, the door should move freely and with minimal pressure away from the coach and into the door’s fully open position.
4. After determining the door opens freely, return the door to its closed position and re-engage the Emergency Release Lever by moving the red-handle from the left to the right. See Photo No. 2 on page 13.
5. Confirm that the red-handle moves from the right to the left, and from the left to the right, without obstruction. If the red-handle does not move smoothly and without obstruction, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle.
6. Confirm that the Emergency Release Lever is in the right position, that it engaged and secured the door against the coach. While the ERL is in the closed and locked position, because the red-
handle is in the right position, attempt to push against the door as if to open it. The door should not move. If the door moves while the red-handle is in the right position, call the Grech Motors
Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle.
7. The vehicle should never be driven with the Emergency Release Lever in the left or forward position.
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Electric Door Emergency Release Lever
Emergency Exit Lever Decal
Electric Door Release Lever- Exit Position
Photo 1
CAUTION!
LEVER MUST BE CHECKED DAILY,
PRIOR TO VEHICLE OPERATION
EMERGENCY USE ONLY
Electric Door Release Lever- Closed Position
Photo 2
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Emergency Egress Window Operation
Lift up on lever to disengage latch.
CAUTION!
Check Exit Operation, Daily.
Photo 1
Windows with Emergency Exit stickers are designated
Emergency exits. Follow the directions on the sticker.
Lift levers and push window out.
This vehicle is equipped with (multiple) Emergency Egress Windows. These windows serve as supplemental exit
points in the event of an emergency. The vehicle has (multiple) Emergency Egress Window on the passenger side
and the driver’s side of the vehicle.
The Emergency Egress Windows are a vital component in the vehicle’s emergency exit system. As such the vehicle
driver should test the Emergency Egress Window Operation every day before putting the vehicle into service.
To test the System, the vehicle driver should check the following items:
1. Each Emergency Egress Window is marked by an Emergency Exit sticker at the bottom of each window. Confirm that each Emergency Egress Window is equipped with the sticker designating that window as an 14
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emergency exit. If the Emergency Egress Window is missing the Emergency Exit designation sticker, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle.
2. Each Emergency Egress Window is secured by two latches, at the right and left side of the bottom of the window. Actuate the Emergency Egress Window by releasing both latches. See Photo No. 1 on page 14. The latch is in the released position when the handle moves from the horizontal to the vertical position.
3. When both Emergency Egress Window Latches are released, the user can open the window by push the bottom of the window frame. The Emergency Egress Window should swing out and away from the vehicle.
4. If the Emergency Egress Window does not swing open when the latches are released and the window frame is pushed, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle;
5. Close the Emergency Egress Window and secure it by returning the latches to the horizontal position. Each latch should move into the locking position when the user moves the latch over its receiver. Check to ensure the Emergency Egress Window is secured against the coach by pushing against the window frame while the latches are in the locked, horizontal position.
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Emergency Roof Hatch Exit
SUGGESTED MAINTENANCE
Periodically inspect attaching fasteners for evidence of
loosening due to tampering, and regularly clean surface
with a mild soap and water.
CAUTION: When removing graffiti, it is the customers
responsibility to ensure cleaning solutions are
compatible with the materials used on Safety Vents.
Solutions containing, acetone, ether, lacquer thinner, or
other solvents can destroy the high strength properties
of many engineering plastics - AVOID these cleaners
Photo 1
TURN LATCH AS SHOWN ABOVE,
THEN PUSH KNOB TO OPEN
SEE MANUFACTURERS LITERATURE
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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CAUTION!
Check Exit Operation, Daily.
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Emergency Roof Hatch Exit
This vehicle is equipped with one Emergency Roof Hatch. This hatch serve as a supplemental exit point in the event of
an emergency. The Emergency Roof Hatch is located in the vehicle’s roof, above the passenger walkway.
The Emergency Roof Hatch is a vital component in the vehicle’s emergency exit system. As such the vehicle driver
should test the Emergency Roof Hatch every day before putting the vehicle into service. To test the System, the vehicle
driver should check:
1. To ensure that each Emergency Roof Hatch is marked by an Emergency Exit sticker. Confirm that the Emergency Roof Hatch is equipped with the sticker designating the hatch as an emergency exit. If the Emergency Roof Hatch Exit is missing the Emergency Exit designation sticker, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle.
2. Each Emergency Roof Hatch is secured by one latch. Actuate the Emergency Roof Hatch by turning its latch from the “LATCHED” position to the “TO EXIT” position. See Photo No. 1 on page 16.
3. When Emergency Roof Hatch latch is released, the user can open the hatch by pushing it away from the vehicle. The Emergency Roof Hatch should swing out and away from the vehicle.
4. If the Emergency Roof Hatch does not swing open when the latch is released and the hatch is pushed, call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-99-GRECH (47324) and do not operate the vehicle.
5. Close Emergency Roof Hatch and secure it by returning the latch to the “LATCHED” position. Check to ensure the Emergency Roof Hatch is secured against the coach by pushing against the hatch while the latch is in the “LATCHED” position.
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Overhead Parcel Rack
Overhead Parcel Rack - Style 1
CAUTION!
Do not overload Parcel Racks. Do not
fasten parcels to retainer bars.
Note: Maximum loading specification for
both model parcel racks is either 20 Lbs.
per foot or 5 Lbs per passenger.
Overhead Parcel Rack - Style 2
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Drivers Overhead Control Panel
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1 Door Switch (open or close passenger door)
7 Auxiliary
2 Door Ajar (WARNING DEVICE)
8 Climate Control Fan Speed (High - Med - Low)
3 Reading Lights (optional)
Note: Cool mode = A/C on both front & rear
Heat mode = Heat from front unit only (on early models)
4 Rear Door Ajar (WARNING DEVICE)
9 Climate Control Mode Switch (Air - Heat)
5 Interior Lights
10 Climate Control Temperature (Setting Point)
6 Exits (WARNING DEVICE)
11 Climate Control Temperature Adjustment (Up or Down)
Note: 4 sec. after setting,
reading shows cabin temp
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PROAIR Control Panel
Temperature & Blower
Speed Display
Temperature Set
Blower Speed
A/C & Heat Lights
Automatic Control
On Off
Mode Selector
Automatic On Light
Mode Selector Push once for A/C, push again for heat and push once more to turn off.
A/C Mode Display on, reads and displays probe temperature, blower motor operates. Constant signal from A/C relay above set temperature point and signal off below set temperature point. A/C light will be on.
Heat Mode Display on, reads and displays probe temperature, blower motor operates. Constant signal from heat relay below set temperature point and signal off above set temperature point. Heat light will be on.
Blower Speed Select desired blower speed by pressing the up or down arrows, display will indicate set speed, F1 to F3 for the three speeds of operation.
Temperature Temperature can be set by using the up/down buttons to select the desired level between 50°F and 99°F or 10°C and 37°C. Display will show set temperature for two or three seconds then display will show actual temperature. To switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius press both temperature up and down buttons at the same time for three seconds.
Auto Mode With A/C or heat on press auto to turn on auto 1 or auto 2 temperature control, press once more to shut off. In auto 1 mode temperature is maintained + or - 2° and blower speed is manually set. In auto 2 mode temperature is maintained + or - 2° and blower speed is automatic and cannot be changed. To switch between auto 1 and auto 2 press and hold temperature up button then press and hold auto button for three seconds. Display will show current auto mode (A1 or A2) then switch to the other mode (A2 or A1) .
Preset Operations Upon cycling of 12vdc supply, the unit will default to previous settings mode and blower speed. All output signals are negative voltage.
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Audio/Video PA Control
SEE MANUFACTURERS LITERATURE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
NOTE: CD mode will be skipped if no CD is inserted.
Reset
Power On/Off
Press the rotary encoder POWER button (1) to turn the unit on.
Press and hold to turn the unit off. The unit will resume at the last
mode selected (Tuner, Aux, etc.).
Volume Control
To increase the volume, turn the rotary encoder (1) to the right.
To decrease the volume, turn the rotary encoder to the left. While
adjusting the volume, the LCD displays a numerical representation
of the level. The maximum volume setting is “63”.
Mute
Press the MUTE button (12) on the control panel to mute the
audio output. Press MUTE again to restore the audio output to the
previous level.
Mode
Press the MODE button (2) on the control panel to select a
different mode of operation, as indicated on the display panel.
Available modes include Tuner (AM/FM), CD, and LINE (optional
Auxiliary Input).
Use a ball point pen or thin metal object to press the RESET
button (11). The reset button should be activated for the following
reasons:
• initial installation of the unit when all wiring is completed
• function buttons do not operate
• error symbol on the display
Audio Menu
With the radio on, press the SEL button/rotary encoder (1) on the
control panel to access the audio menu. You can navigate through
the audio menu items by pressing the SEL button repeatedly.
Once the desired menu item appears on the display, adjust that
option by turning the rotary encoder within 5 seconds. The unit will
automatically exit the audio menu after five seconds of inactivity.
The following menu items can be adjusted.
BASS Level
Use the rotary encoder to adjust the Bass level range from “-7” to
“+7”.
TREBLE Level
Use the rotary encoder to adjust the Treble level range from “-7” to
“+7”.
Balance (BAL)
Use the rotary encoder to adjust the Balance between the left and
right speakers from “L15” (full left) to “R15” (full right).
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Audio/Video PA Control
Fader (FAD)
Use the rotary encoder to adjust the Fader between the rear and
front speakers from “R15” (full
rear) to “F15” (full front).
LOUD
Use the rotary encoder (1) to turn the LOUD feature “on” or “off”.
“Off” is the default setting.
Auxiliary Input (LINE)
To access an auxiliary device:
1. Connect the portable audio player to the AUX IN input cables on the back of the radio.
2. Press the MODE button (2) to select LINE mode. “LINE” will appear on the display.
3. Press MODE again to cancel LINE mode and go to the next mode.
PA Operation (microphone sold separately)
• Connect the PA Microphone with a 4-PIN connector to the 4-PIN socket on the rear of the unit.
• The unit will automatically switch to PA mode when the Mic switch is pushed “ON”.
• The PA output level can be adjusted using the rotary volume encoder (1).
• With radio power off, the radio will wake up when PA mic is keyed to make an announcement. Please note that it will take a few seconds before the radio “wakes up” and PA is active. Radio will return to the off state when the PA mic is released.
AM/FM/CD and PA
Wiring Diagram
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Audio/Video PA Control
CD/DVD/VCD OPERATION (cont)
Fast Forward/Fast Backward
Press the >> button (35) on the remote control to fast forward.
Keep pressing and releasing the button to increase the rate from
“2X” to “4X”, “8X” and “20X”. Press the >|| button (6) to return
to regular playback. Press and hold to fast-forward to a specific
location. Release to begin playback from that point.
Press the << button (34) on the remote control to fast backward.
Keep pressing and releasing the button to increase the rate from
“2X” to “4X”, “8X”, and “20X”. Press the >|| button (6) to return to
regular playback. Press and hold to fast backward to a specific
location. Release to begin playback from that point.
Pausing Playback
Press the >|| button (6) on the unit or the >|| button on the remote
control during playback to temporarily stop playback. To return to
normal playback, press the >|| button again.
CD/DVD/VCD OPERATION
Repeating Playback
Stopping Play
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Press the stop button (5) on the front panel or remote control to stop disc play.
Press the >|| button (6) to resume normal playback.
Press the stop button (5) on the front panel or remote control twice to stop the playback and return to the initial chapter.
Moving Through Chapters/Tracks
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Press the >>| button (4) on the unit or remote control to advance to the next chapter/track.
Press the |<< button (7) on the unit or remote control to move to the previous chapter/track.
Press the RPT button (20) on the remote control to select the
repeat mode as follows:
DVD: CHAPTER > TITLE > REP ALL > OFF
VCD/CD: REP 1 > REP ALL > OFF
• Select CHAPTER to continuously repeat the current chapter.
• Select TITLE to continuously repeat the current title.
• Select REP 1 to continuously repeat the current track.
• Select REP ALL to continuously repeat all chapters/tracks on the current disc. After playing the last chapter/track, the unit will stop and display the elapsed time.
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Factory Suspension Dump System Operation
F-650’s have a check suspension indicator
on dash as shown to the left. This indicates
the suspension is actively dumped.
CAUTION!
Only in emergency situations should the vehicle be moved with the
Suspension System in dump mode.
This in-dash switch
located to the right of the
dash cluster operates the
dump suspension system.
Note: This system will only
operate when the ignition
in the “on position”.
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SUSP
F-650 Chassis are equipped with Suspension Dump Systems to allow for the
lowering of the vehicle to accommodate loading and unloading of luggage at the
rear baggage door..
CAUTION!
If the vehicle is moved with the Suspension System in dump mode, the suspension may be
damaged and/or create an unsafe driving condition. This should never be attempted unless
in an emergency situation.
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Rear Baggage Door
Dump Switch
This switch is part of the
Suspension Dump system
and is located inside the
baggage compartment.
It operates the dump
suspension system to
lower the rear for easy
access to the baggage
compartment.
Auxiliary Battery Location
This page references the
Auxiliary Battery location
on all coaches
On the F-550 the Charge Isolator Solenoid is
located under the vehicle next to the battery.
Arrow indicates: approximate
location of Auxiliary Batteries on the
drivers side of the vehicle
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F-650 Heated Mirror Switch and Mirror Control Switch
CAUTION!
Leaving the heated mirror switch on in hot weather, may
cause mirror to crack.
Heated Mirror Switch
This switch controls the ON/OFF activation of the heated
mirror function.
Mirror Control Switch
This switch includes a center toggle switch that allows the
operator to switch from right to left mirror. The center position of the toggle defeats all mirror operations.
When either the left or right mirror is engaged, the 4 arrow
switches allow the mirror to move in 4 different directions
for precise adjustment.
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Back-Up Camera Controls and Operation
LCD Monitor
Back-Up Camera
(located on rear of vehicle)
System Operation
Monitor Controls
1. Power Button, glows dimly when system is connected fully manual, becoming
bright upon activation
2. Source input Select Button, toggles active display between AV1 & AV2
inputs.
3. Picture Adjustment Mode Button, accesses on-screen-display, to adjust (brightness, contrast, color, tint).
NOTE: there will be a slight delay to see the image when shifting into reverse,
this is normal operation.
SEE MANUFACTURERS LITERATURE
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
This system consists of two major components:
1. LCD Monitor
2. Back-Up Camera
The system may be connected two ways:
1. Fully manual, requiring the power button on
the LCD Monitor to be pushed to energize the
system and activate the monitor.
2. Automatic, which activates the monitor
whenever the ignition is turned to accessory or the
engine is started and in reverse.
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Rear Step Operation
Rear Step Switch Guard
Switch is located on the right side
of the rear door opening, as you
face the door before entering
For the double rear step (shown above) and
the single rear step, operation is the same.
The schematic (this page) explains the electrical operation of both steps. The power switch
allows you to enable or disable step operation.
When the step is enabled, opening the rear
door automatically extends the step.
Note: See Manufacturers literature regarding
periodic lubrication requirements.
SEE MANUFACTURERS LITERATURE
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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Rear Step
Operational Schematic
Advisory Regarding Removing or Adding Vehicle Components
CAUTION!
THE BUS SEATING CONFIGURATION IN THIS VEHICLE HAS BEEN
INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DESIGN PARAMETERS
DETERMINED BY GRECH MOTORS, LLC., ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
THE ADDING, MOVING OR REMOVING OF THE ORIGINAL SEATING, IS
STRICTLY PROHIBITED WITHOUT THE AUTHORIZATION OF GRECH
MOTORS, LLC., ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
MODIFYING THE SEATING ARRANGEMENT OF YOUR VEHICLE WITHOUT
PROPER ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS, CAN CHANGE THE WEIGHT
DISTRIBUTION/PAYLOAD CHARACTERISTICS, OF THE VEHICLE AND
POTENTIALLY ENDANGER THE PASSENGERS BY CREATING AN UNSAFE
OPERATING CONDITION.
CAUTION!
Do not Alter, Add or Change any components installed in this vehicle. Adding or changing
components may adversely affect vehicle stability creating an unsafe vehicle.
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General Vehicle Dimensional Specifications-Body & Chassis by Model
Features 
Models 
G28G
G33
G33D
G36
G40
G40 M2
Chassis 
F-450
F-550
F-550
F-650
F-650
Freightliner
16,500 #
19,500 #
19,500
29,000 #
29,000 #
Wheelbase
201 in
250 in
250 in
260 in
308 in
305 in
Overall Length
336 in
396 in
396 in
432 in
480 in
479 in
Turning Radius
29.84 ft
34.75 ft
34.75 ft
35.7 ft
44.9 ft
44 ft
Ground Clearance
11½ in
11½ in
11½ in
12 in
12 in
9 in
Clear Door Opening Entry Door
91½ x 32¾ in
91½ x 32¾ in
91½ x 32¾ in
91⅝ x 32¾ in
91⅝ x 32¾ in
91⅜ x 32¾ in
Clear Door Opening Luggage Door
30½” x 68½” 30½” x 68½” 30½” x 68½” 30½” x 68½” 30½” x 68½” 30½” x 68½”
GVWR
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Overall Exterior Height
128 in
128 in
128 in
133 in
133 in
133 in
Exterior Width
(with mirrors folded in)
100 in
100 in
100 in
100 in
100 in
100 in
Exterior Width
(with mirrors extended)
125½ in
125½ in
126½ in
126 in
126 in
115 in
Interior Height
77¾ in
77¾ in
77¾ in
77¾ in
77¾ in
77¾ in
Interior Width
96 in
96 in
96 in
96 in
96 in
96½ in
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Vehicle Manufacturers Identification Label
F-450, F-550, F-650, Freightliner Label
(Label is located on drivers door jam of each vehicle)
LABEL EXPLANATION
GM # - This is your permanent GRECH
Vehicle Identification number.
VIN # - This is your DMV Vehicle Identification
Number.
GVWR -This is the gross rated weight capacity
of your vehicle
GAWR Front -This is the rated weight capacity
of the front axle
GAWR Rear -This is the rated weight capacity
of the rear axle
Date Incomplete Vehicle Manufactured This is the date the chassis was produced by
FORD
Date Of Manufacture by GRECH - This is the
date the vehicle was completed by GRECH.
Paint Code - This is the master number for
the paint specification and color used on your
vehicle.
Tires, Rims - This indicates the required
tire and rim sizes, and air capacities for your
specific vehicle.
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Ultra Ride Air Suspension Maintenance and Torque Specs
Torque Table
Location
Fastener Torque
Frame Hanger
9/16 unf nuts
134 Ft-lbs
Frame Hanger
5/8 unc nuts
200 Ft-lbs
Driver Side Axle Bracket at OE D-Bushing
Location
Maintenance Schedule
Check at every vehicle service interval:
• Check Design Height (8.00 ±¼").
• Check for air leaks all around fittings.
• Check tire pressure.
• Visually check for loose, worn, or damaged components.
Check After the First 1000 Miles:
• Recheck & Tighten an loose fasteners.
• Check for any loose or worn components.
Check Every 30,000 miles
• Check lower control arm, sway bar, and lateral control rod
(panhard bar) bushings for wear. Replace if necessary.
• Check and re-torque all fasteners (refer to Torque Table)
Check Annually:
• Check shock absorbers for oil leaks and function
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10 mm OE Bolts
72 N-m
Axle Bracket (long bolts)
1/2 unc nuts
106 Ft-lbs
Air Spring Adapter Plates
3/8 unc nuts
31 Ft-lbs
Cross member
1/2 unc nuts
100 Ft-lbs
Stabilizer Bar D-Bushing Mounts
5/8 unc nuts
200 Ft-lbs
Lower Control Arm At Axle Bracket
5/8 unc nuts
200 Ft-lbs
Stabilizer Bar Bushing and Control Arm at
Frame Hanger
M22 x 2.5 nuts
830 N-m
Lateral Control Rod (Pass.)
M22 x 2.5 nuts
830 N-m
Lateral Control Rod (Driver)
Magnet Mounting Plate
5/8 unc nuts
200 Ft-lbs
1/4 unc Nyloc
nuts
8-10 Ft-lbs
Attention: Only Used on F450 & F550
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Firestone Ride Rite Air Spring Maintenance and Specs
CAUTION!
Do not inflate this assembly when it is unrestricted. The assembly must be restricted
by the suspension or other adequate structure. Do not inflate beyond 100 p.s.i.
Improper use or over inflation may cause property damage or severe personal injury.
MAINTENANCE
It is considered normal for air helper springs to lose some air pressure over time.
Normal pressure loss should not exceed 3-4 p.s.i. per week when the air springs are
inflated to 50 p.s.i. If the pressure is greater than 3-4 p.s.i. per week, there may be a
leak in the system. Each time you check the pressure in the air springs, you will lose
1-3 p.s.i. The air pressure should be checked at regular intervals.
NOTE:
Min. Pressure = 5 p.s.i.
Max. (loaded) Pressure = 100 p.s.i.
Refer to original manufacturer owner’s manual,
for greater detailed information on this product.
NOTE: IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE AIR PRESSURE BE CHECKED ACCORDING TO
THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES
• At least monthly intervals during the continuous operation of the vehicle(see above)
• When the vehicle is removed from long term storage
Important Note: For your safety and to prevent possible damage to your vehicle, so not exceed the maximum load recommended by the vehicle
manufacturer (GVWR). Although your Air Helper Springs are rated at a maximum inflation pressure of 100 p.s.i., this pressure may allow your to carry too
great a load on some vehicles. It is best to have your vehicle weighed once it is completely loaded and compare that weight with the maximum allowed.
Check your vehicle owner’s manual or data plate on driver’s side door for maximum loads listed for your vehicle.
When inflating your Air Helper Springs, add air pressure in small amounts, checking pressure frequently during inflation. The air spring requires much less
air volume than a tire and, therefore, inflates much quicker.
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PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
The following Maintenance Schedule is provided as a convenient reference for the specified systems
and components, which require periodic service.
These schedules are not intended to be a complete list of all possible services to be performed on a
regular basis, nor is it suggested that more frequent services not be considered. We suggest always
referring to the Original Chassis Manufacturers Suggested Maintenance Schedule.
Because of the different types of operations coaches are subjected to, the severity of service must
be considered when establishing maintenance intervals. Therefore, any such intervals given in the
following schedule must be adjusted according to the particular type of operation in which your particular vehicle will be used. The intervals given are Grech Motors, LLC. recommendations and should
be considered as maximum intervals. It should be noted that maintenance inspection and service
operations of shorter intervals are always preferable to longer intervals.
NOTE:
Check Your Original Owner’s Guide Supplement(s), regarding special operating
condition and maintenance requirements, that may be applicable due to your specific
vehicle operating profile.
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
THE FOLLOWING PAGES SPECIFY THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS THAT ARE NECESSARY
TO PROPERLY MAINTAIN YOUR VEHICLES SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
CHECK EVERY DAY:
► all items on Pre-Trip inspection (see pages 6 & 7)
► side passenger door emergency release operation
► side passenger entry door, operation, locking, damage, and obstruction sensing system
► emergency roof hatch
► emergency egress window latches
► function of all interior and exterior lights
► tire pressure, F-450 95 psi, F-550 95 psi, F-650 110 psi, Freightliner 110 psi
► fluid leaks from, transmission, engine, power steering, engine coolant, gear oil, fuel
► check all seatbelts for proper function and damage
CHECK EVERY MONTH:
► door linkage and pivot arm lubrication and worn or damaged components
► and lube rear Kwikee step, (if equipped)
► and clean air intake filter for A/C system
AT 5,000 MILES/600 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► inspect tires for wear and inspect tread depth
► inspect torque specifications on Ultra Ride Suspension System (if equipped)
► lube door seals with silicon spray, check for proper sealing
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING
AIR CONDITIONING CHARGING:
Always refer to the “Charge Label”
under the vehicle hood.
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
AT 15,000 MILES/1800 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► re-inspect torque settings on Ridewell Suspension System
► lube door seals with silicon spray, check for proper sealing
► check air system for leaks, and electrical connections
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
AT 20,000 MILES/2400 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► inspect tires for wear and inspect tread depth
► rotate tires
► inspect engine air filter
► clean battery terminals
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
AT 25,000 MILES/3000 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► inspect tires for wear and inspect tread depth
► rotate tires
► inspect engine air filter
► clean condenser coils
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems.
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING
AIR CONDITIONING CHARGING:
Always refer to the “Charge Label”
under the vehicle hood.
AT 30,000 MILES/3600 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► lube door seals with silicon spray, check for proper sealing
► re-inspect torque specifications on Ultra Ride Suspension System (if equipped)
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
AT 45,000 MILES/5400 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► lube door seals with silicon spray, check for proper sealing
► re-inspect torque settings on Ultra Ride Suspension System
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
AT 60,000 MILES/7200 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► lube door seals with silicon spray, check for proper sealing
► re-inspect torque settings on Ultra Ride Suspension System
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
AT 75,000 MILES/9000 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► lube door seals with silicon spray, check for proper sealing
► re-inspect torque settings on Ultra Ride Suspension System
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING
AIR CONDITIONING CHARGING:
Always refer to the “Charge Label”
under the vehicle hood.
AT 90,000 MILES/10800 HOURS DO THE FOLLOWING:
► lube door seals with silicon spray, check for proper sealing
► re-inspect torque settings on Ultra Ride Suspension System
► check the torque of all door hardware on Vapor door systems
NOTE: at 100,000 MILES re-implement the initial 5000 mile maintenance routine and follow each mileage
milestone as you did in the beginning. Example 100,000 miles, 115,000 miles, 120,000 miles etc...
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SUPPLEMENTARY PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
In addition required Preventative Maintenance information specified by GRECH Motors or
the chassis manufacturer, this pages indicates the following specific exceptions should be
noted.
Orange/Red Coolant:
Must be changed every 5 years or 100,000 miles (whichever comes first), then after initial
change, every 3 years or 50,000 miles.
Rear Axle Lubricant:
Must be changed every 50,000 miles
Transfer Case Fluid:
Must be replaced every 60,000 miles
Change Rear Wheel Drive Axle Fluid:
On Dana axles using synthetic fluid, fluid must be changed every 150,000 miles
NOTE:
Check Your Original Owner’s Guide Supplement(s), regarding special operating
condition and maintenance requirements, that may be applicable due to your specific
vehicle operating profile.
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Basic Troubleshooting Guide
The following section details basic troubleshooting techniques that will help you to understand and determine
the best course of action regarding some commonly encountered problems.
PROBLEMPOSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
VIBRATION: Noises or Vibration
at high speeds only, or in a certain
range of speeds:
A certain range of speeds indicates a damaged or otherwise out-ofbalance drive line, Contact the Service Dept. Only SELECT drive line
shops that are qualified to properly balance the multiple drive line extensions used in your bus. GRECH Motors can recommend one near
you.
REAR A/C BLOWER INOPERATIVE Check to make sure all fuses are good. If the rear A/C is still not working, call the Service Department at GRECH Motors.
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
One or all exterior clearance lights inoperative, please refer to the
FORD owner’s manual for fuse locations.
PAGING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
Check the 5 amp fuse on the circuit board behind the driver. Wiring
schematics and instructions for the paging system are located in this
manual on page 22.
EXTERIOR SEALANTS CRACKING If the exterior seams of the bus ever crack or start lifting, simply clean
OR LIFTING
the area with rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits completely. After this
has been done you can remove the old silicone by using a sharp knife
or razor cutter. Clean the area again with the above cleaners and apply
a thin bead of exterior silicone and smooth the bead with your finger for
a smooth appearance.
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Basic Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEMPOSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
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REAR ELECTRIC STEP INOPERATIVE
Check to make sure the step switch is turned on. This switch is located
inside the cargo area on the right hand sidewall. If this will not power
up the step, check fuse in electrical panel behind the drivers seat. The
rear step should be lubricated every 30 days to ensure proper operation of the step.
REAR STEREO/CD INOPERATIVE
Check to make sure all connections are tight. Also remove the stereo
and check the fuse located on the backside of the stereo. Also check
the fuses in the OEM fuse panel for Radio.
CANNOT REMOVE WATER FROM
LAVATORY
Make sure fresh water tank has water in it and the water pump switch
is in the on position. NOTE: Always be sure to turn the water pump
switch off when not in use. Failure to do so could cause a steady drain
on the auxiliary battery or could cause damage to the water pump. The
fresh water fill is located under the bus at the rear of the vehicle.
PASSENGER LIGHTS INOPERATIVE
Check to make sure the switch on the overhead control panel is turned
on. NOTE: There is a 5 minute light timer for the interior lights which
will automatically turn them off when the door is open. The ignition
switch needs to be turned on for at least 10 seconds to reset the timer.
BACK-UP ALARM INOPERATIVE
Check to make sure reverse lights are coming on, if not, check the fuse
located in the FORD fuse panels.
SIDE ENTRY DOOR AJAR ALARM
Check to make sure the side door lock is engaged properly.
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PROBLEMPOSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
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F450 & F550 Vehicle Circuit Board Assembly
The Circuit Board Assembly above is shown horizontal for the purpose of this manual.
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F450 & F550 Vehicle Circuit Board Diagram
1. Power Solenoid
Fuse Legend-enlarged
2. Relay Block
4. Fuse Panels
5. Video Amplifiers
6. Electric Door Controller
7. A/C Circuit Boards
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F650 & Freightliner Vehicle Circuit Board Assembly
The Circuit Board Assembly above is shown horizontal for the purpose of this manual.
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F650 & Freightliner Vehicle Circuit Board Diagram
1. Power Solenoid
Fuse Legend-enlarged
2. Relay Block
4. Fuse Panels
5. Video Amplifiers
6. Electric Door Controller
7. A/C Circuit Boards
8. Light Timer
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Main Wiring Diagram - Sheet 1
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Main Wiring Diagram - Sheet 2
BUS FRONT
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Main Wiring Diagram - Sheet 3
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PARTS - SERVICE - WARRANTY
OBTAINING PARTS
When parts are required for a warranty repair, all parts will be handled by the Grech
Motors Service Department.
All other Non-Warranty parts needs can be handled by contacting the Grech Motors Parts
Department, directly at 1-855-994-7324. Y In order to expedite your parts order, please
have your Grech Motors serial number, which starts with G-######, and is located on the
drivers door jamb of all our vehicles.
UNDERSTANDING WARRANTY POLICY (read the following sections carefully)
Should your bus require service related to the converted areas of the vehicle, read this
section first, before taking any action. By doing so, you will clearly understand the
Grech Motors Service Process, and avoid possible delays. NEVER initiate a warranty
repair without prior approval of the Grech Motors Service Department. An R.A.N (Repair
Authorization Number) must be obtained before each warranty repair is honored. Not
following this procedure could void your warranty reimbursement for that particular repair.
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PARTS - SERVICE - WARRANTY
If there is any doubt as to whether or not a repair is related to the Grech Motors Warranty,
call the Grech Motors Service Department at 1-855-994-7324, this may save you time
wasted at a chassis dealer or another shop, for a problem appropriately solved by
contacting Grech Motors Service Department.
If the problem is conversion related, then it can either be repaired at our Riverside,
California facility, or by a shop that we recommend in your area, or by a shop of your
choice. This procedure is true of both warranty and non-warranty repairs. Depending on
the nature of the problem, it may be necessary to have the warranty repair done at our
Riverside, California facility.
CAUTION ABOUT TOWING!
If it becomes necessary to tow your bus, a flat bed rig is preferred.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, should the bus be towed by lifting the
rear end, serious frame damage can occur.
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PARTS - SERVICE - WARRANTY
WARRANTY VERSUS NON-WARRANTY
Whether a particular problem is covered under the Grech Motors Warranty depends, in some
cases, on several factors. The Grech Motors Service Department, determines coverages
ahead of time on a case-by-case basis, either over the phone or at our Riverside, California
facility.
HAVING NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS PERFORMED
If the service manager has determined that the repair is not covered, or you are sure that
it is not covered, we would be happy to recommend a shop in your area, or schedule an
appointment with the Grech Motors Service Department, whichever is more convenient.
HAVING WARRANTY REPAIRS PERFORMED
There are three (3) methods:
1. Repair is done at the Grech Motors Service Department, in Riverside, California
2. Repair is done at a Grech Motors authorized service facility near you.
3. Repair is done at a shop of your choice, with prior approval of the Grech Motors Service Department.
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HAVING WARRANTY REPAIRS PERFORMED (con’t)
If either method 2 or 3 as described on the previous page are to be used, you must obtain preauthorization and a Grech Motors Service Department repair authorization number (R.A.N),
in advance of performing any repairs. Both requirements my be accomplished from a single
phone call to the Grech Motors Service Department, at 1-855-994-7324.
If method 3 is used, simply pay for the work and mail a copy of the invoice with the repair
authorization number, and your Grech Motors vehicle ID number, which is found on the
vehicle ID tag on the drivers door jamb) on the invoice, so your claim(s) can be processed
without any problems. You will be reimbursed within 30 days.
Send all invoices to the service manager at:
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Attn: Service Department Manager
6915 Arlington Avenue
Riverside, California 92504
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Vendor Reference Listing
VendorWarranty Period
FIRESTONE TIRES 1-800-356-4644
1 Year Replacement, No Charge
FORD HOTLINE 1-800-343-5338
3 Years, 36,000 Miles Bumper to Bumper
3 Years, 100,000 Miles on Diesel Engine
FORD ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
1-800-241-3673 (24 HOUR HOTLINE)
See FORD Manual
FREEDMAN SEATING 1-713-929-6100
2 Years Limited Warranty
PHOENIX USA 1-931-561-6128
3 Years
KWIKEE ELECTRIC STEPS 1-800-736-7366
1 Year or 12,000 Miles, Whichever Comes First
MICHELIN TIRES 1-800-847-8475
1 Year Replacement, No Charge
PANASONIC 1-949-251-1851
1 Year, Unlimited Miles
SHURFLOW WATER PUMPS 1-800-854-3218
2 Years, Unlimited Miles
TRANSPEC WORLDWIDE 1-810-274-9400
1 Year, Unlimited Miles
VELVAC MIRRORS 1-800-783-8871
1 Year, Unlimited Miles
VOYAGER PA SYSTEM 1-800-274-1886
1 Year, Unlimited Miles
PREMIER AUTO PRODUCTS 1-856-231-1800
2 Years, Unlimited Miles
MOR/RYDE 1-574-293-1581
3 Years or 70,00 Miles , 1 Year Labor
Ultra Ride 1-800-222-6283 or online at www.linkmfg.com
3 Years or 60,000 Miles
ProAir
2 Years, Unlimited Miles
1-800-338-8544 X 118
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LIMITED WARRANTY
APPLIES TO 2013 MODELS
GRECH Motors LLC (hereinafter referred to as Grech Motors) is the final stage manufacturer of an
incomplete vehicle, which is manufactured and separately warranted by the incomplete vehicle manufacturer.
This limited Warranty thus does not extend to any part or portion of the incomplete vehicle except as specifically
required by any applicable Federal law or regulation. Factory Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)chassis
may have been modified by Grech motors LLC from the original configuration.
GRECH Motors warrants to the original purchaser of each new GRECH Motors bus, that all parts (except
electronic parts which are warranted by their original manufacturer) installed by GRECH Motors will be free
from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for one (1) year, or 50,000 miles,
whichever comes first, from the date of purchase by the original retail customer.
GRECH Motors further warrants to the original purchaser of each new GRECH Motors bus, the body structure
which is defined as the cage, skin, front and rear caps, and floor structure to be free from defects, in material
and workmanship under normal use and service for five (5) years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first, from
the date of purchase by the original retail customer.
In the event of a Warranty claim, GRECH Motors reserves the right to replace or repair the defective part.
The original retail customer must return the bus to the original selling Authorized Dealer for the necessary
authorization and parts. THE DEALER MUST OBTAIN, PRIOR TO PERFORMING ANY WORK, A REPAIR
AUTHORIZATION NUMBER (R.A.N) ON ANY GRECH Motors BUS. If the selling Dealer is unable to remedy
the situation, the original retail customer should contact the Warranty Department of Grech Motors. If the selling
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dealer does not perform repair work on premise, the Dealer must call the Grech Motors Warranty Department
for instructions on proceeding with the repair via an authorized repair facility.
If the bus was not purchased from a Grech Motors Authorized Dealer, the original retail customer must contact
the Grech Motors Warranty Department to receive information and prior authorization for any needed repair
work.
Provided that prior authorization was obtained from the Warranty Department of Grech Motors, all labor costs
associated with the repair or replacement of defective parts will be paid by Grech Motors. Grech Motors reserves
the right to make a physical inspection of the bus by authorized factory personnel following any complaint prior
to any repair.
Grech Motors shall have no liability for any defect or damage caused by the original owner’s use of parts or
services which are not authorized by Grech Motors or for any parts or paint which have been subject to misuse,
neglect or accident, or have been subject to external mechanical or chemical influences, especially stone
chips, airborne rust or industrial fall-out. This Limited Warranty DOES NOT cover loss to time. Inconvenience,
loss of use of any vehicle, cost of rented replacement vehicle, or lodging or mileage expense in connection with
any warranty repairs.
NO PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO ALTER OR CHANGE IN ANY WAY
THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE ABOVE STATED LIMITED WARRANTY
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It is the policy of Grech Motors, LLC., to incorporate product improvements to our products whenever possible or
practical to do so. We reserve the right to make changes and or improvements at any time without incurring any
obligation to make such changes on previously sold products. Additionally, the information and specifications
contained within this manual are current at time of printing. Subsequently all information contained in this
manual is subject to change at any time, without notice.
Please note that this manual applies to all Shuttle models and explains standard equipment as well as many
options, and may include equipment not presently installed on your vehicle.
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