So, somewhere in my coach I have a problem waiting to jump out and bite me and there's nothing I can do to prevent it. Just outside Casa Grande, AZ the engine burped and the yellow warning light came on.
The engine kept running but was a little low on power.
RV particulars: Driveline (Engine, Transmission): Miles: Year: Break Down Description: (You can add any description of the problem here that you think would help others in understanding the situation and problem.) Symptoms: Effect: Cause: Outcome: This is the type of information that is recorded in the aircraft industry and other maintenance activities to track failure trends.
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We try to prevent this by good maintenance and driving reasonably but it can still happen.
As I observed in a previous post, on a roughly 350 mile northbound drive on I-75 I saw 4 class A MH broken down. If we should have a breakdown and would post the following information on this thread it could be a resource and reminder for others.
It kept running so we headed out and made it back to Stevens Point, Wisconsin without further incident.
I took the coach up to my dealer who looked the coach over from front to back but they couldn't find a thing wrong with it. We had just bought our rig and was heading down to Tombstone for the weekend with a few friends.
The bump caused it to break connection and after some fiddeling with things contact was made again.
Try checking all screws and especially the plugs that connect the harnesses together. RV particulars: Safari Driveline (Engine, Transmission): 8.2 Detroit Miles: 80k Year: 90 Break Down Description: Shut off for lunch & wouldn't start Symptoms: Runs good but wouldn't start Effect: Cause: Fuel solenoid contacts not making Outcome: Replaced fuel solenoid, it turns out that the contacts in the solenoid can be cleaned and the solenoid re-used.
When I turned my ignitions switch, to attempt to start the coach, nothing happened.
I waited a few minutes and tried again and it started only to stop running again.
As we kept on driving I called Country Coach and they got the experts together and came to the conclusion the we experienced a sensor failure in the fuel management system.
"Get to Cummins as soon as you can" they told me and they will install the update on the engine.
Called him up told him my problem and he says I’ll be there in 5 minutes.