Originally Posted by ddog2008
I have a 2005 international with a plumbing leak...
the info EARLY in this thread to drop the belly pan
is confusing and may be misleading for most water issues.
since MOST of the actual pipes/plumbing/joints are ABOVE the flooring along the wall/floor edge...
so leaks in the pex pipes or fittings or check valves or fixtures or water pump or tank/vent tube connections or traps/sink drains...
will START above the floor
even though the water is seen OUTSIDE/under the unit.
there are a FEW places where leaks may originate below the floor like dump pipe fittings\valves and tank cracks, but NOT many.
for ALL the above floor leaks one needs an understanding of the plumbing layout and the 'usual suspects' for leaks.
most of the plumbing can be accessed by removing specific interior trim or doors.
for the FEW things that really do start UNDER the subfloor, sections of belly wrap OR tank covers will need removal.
MOST of the under side joints can be accessed from the tank covers/shields without pulling belly skin.
BUT the tank covers actually SUPPORT the holding tanks so it takes care/skill to drop the tank covers.
unless you can clearly isolate the exact source of the leaking water and have experience with this process,
the BEST option might be to take her to an experienced a/s service site (like out of doors mart)
and do this before MUCH of the subfloor wood is repeatedly exposed to water.