RVResources.com Maintenance Checklist

Date: Result Notes
Tire Pressure:
Vital to safe driving and good gas mileage
Tire Wear:
Safety concerns and can give clues as to improper alignment
Motor Oil:
Know recommend replacement distance/time, fresh oil and proper level will keep your motor running well for a long time
Transmission Oil:
Know recommend replacement distance/time, fresh oil and proper level will keep your drive train safe
Clean terminals connectors and tops of batteries    
Check Water level where applicable (only use distilled water)    
Check for corrosion on terminals and cables    
Holding Tanks:    
Drain and fill with several gallons of water, add 2 cups vinegar (some people recommend a bit of bleach to kill bacteria) go for a drive to shake it up, run it through the lines to the faucets then drain.    
Hot Water Heater:    
Should be drained every 6 months per manufacturer instructions Check the condition of the electrode and pressure release valve    
Clean and check for leaks    
Make sure side and roof vents are clear and free of nests and check the roof vent from the top.    
The flue, burner, baffle, fins and coils should be cleaned annually    
Check level and change at recommended intervals    
Check condition of belts    
AC Units:    
Check shroud for cracks or leaks    
Check owners manual to see if fan motor shaft needs lubrication    
Check for adequate ventilation    
Install bug screens if necessary    
Brake Fluid: Check level    
Power steering Fluid: Check level    
Engine Coolant: Check level or replace    
Windshield Washer fluid: Check level    
Engine Belts: Check for wear and cracking replace at recommend intervals    
Inspect the body and roof of your RV for any separation or cracks.    
Check Towing package/hitch for cracks or loose bolts    
Check all lighting, headlamps,tail lights, turn signals etc.    
Check beneath the RV for leaks, any thing loose or that looks out of the ordinary    
Check propane gas levels and valves    
Smoke Detectors:    

Please use this checklist only as a starting point. Be sure to refer to your Owners Manual or RV Manufacturer for their recommended guidelines.