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RE: We lucked out - permission to camp on private property

Sounds awesome. I have a seasonal campsite on a private ranch too. Been there for years and try to make it out almost every weekend during the summer. Can't imagine it any other way.
Krusty 02/12/20 03:38pm RV Lifestyle
RE: SURGING PROBLEM

Would be helpful if you could monitor or record live data as the fault is occurring. I would definitely try lightly applying the brake pedal while it is surging to see if it goes away. It may be a faulty throttle body too.
Krusty 02/03/20 02:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fuel problems

Are you certain its a fuel problem? When you replaced the distributor cap did you replace or at least have a look at the rotor? I have seen rotors with a hole burned through them with similar symptoms.
Krusty 12/12/19 12:30pm Tech Issues
RE: 2 12v batteries---Mallard TT help

If you are planning on using that inverter to power up anything remotely close to its 1500 watt capacity, you will need much larger wire than 10 gauge
Krusty 11/29/19 12:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Egr dpf delete dodge 6.7

^And a new dpf is about $1200 to $2000. EGR can be cleaned at home, for sure. Then when you're done, you have a truck that runs good again, for another 100k miles or whatever and you still have less performance, higher egt's, worse fuel mileage and your wallet is just as light from buying new parts as the cost of deleting. But you are saving the environment.....which is priceless! A new DPF (Diesel Particulat Filter) is included in the $130 price of the kit linked to above. And yes the truck will run good again for another 8-10 years until the routine maintenance is due again. Without breaking any laws. If I was worried about the environment I would not be driveing an oversized truck pulling a 12,000 lb trailer around. I would be driving a Prius with a tent in the trunk. Go attack somebody else. I don't have time for know it all's that know nothing about being a law abiding citizen. Better look again. That's not a DPF in that kit
Krusty 10/01/19 12:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: broke like a toothpick

Funny it looks like it has F450 wheels on the front and F350 wheels on the rear
Krusty 09/27/19 03:25pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Hot Running Trans Temp - Ideas?

Was thinking that too. Maybe the cooler has a thermostatic bypass built in and its sticking.
Krusty 09/27/19 03:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Dash AC blows out of the defrost vents

Yes, its a vacuum leak. Have a look under the hood for a vacuum reservoir. Test it for leakage. You will need a vacuum pump for testing. Also have a look at any vacuum lines for cracking etc. You may have a vacuum check valve near the reservoir. Test it as well, when they get worn, they don't hold vacuum well.
Krusty 09/25/19 12:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas Mileage

If it did improve your mileage a tiny bit, it would still never offset the higher cost of the premium fuel.
Krusty 07/26/19 12:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ghost Battery Drain

Check the dome lamp switch on the dashboard. It should remain in the off position. Many coach builders will install their own dome lamp that has a remote switch on it. If the dash switch is left in the on position, it will turn on the relay, which will cause a small draw on the battery.
Krusty 07/16/19 12:41pm Tech Issues
RE: CAT 3126B

Low battery voltage?
Krusty 06/26/19 12:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Moving a Broken Power Seat?

I assume there would be more than one connector on the module? If that one supplies power and ground TO the module, there should be one or more that would supply power and ground to each motor as commanded. If you can find the two wires that feed the horizontal module, you should be able to apply power and ground to them, to move the track
Krusty 05/01/19 01:00pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Left Rear Turn Signal NOT Working

If the front turn signal is flashing fast, then the rear probably isn't powered by the trailer circuit. After testing all the fuses (make sure to test fuse F2.15 in the fuse box under the dash), I would check the turn signal switch and make sure you have power out of the switch on the LG/WH wire.
Krusty 05/01/19 12:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Moving a Broken Power Seat?

If you have a wiring diagram, you should be able to apply power and ground to the connector at the module that feeds the horizontal motor. As long as you have room to access the module connector.
Krusty 05/01/19 12:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Tires, should the lug nuts have a re-tighening check?

I always double check mine after I've had the wheels off. Always check before a trip too
Krusty 04/30/19 12:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Strange Ram 2500 Vibration

With your trailer connected, measure the distance from the rear of the truck to the ground. Disconnect the trailer, and, if you are able, load enough weight to the rear of the truck to lower it the same amount the tongue weight would. Drive it to see if you can duplicate the vibration without the trailer attached. It may be caused by driveline angles due to sag from the trailer.
Krusty 04/24/19 01:51pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 1996 Damon Intruder 460 engine Issue Solved!!

It should be set to 10 degrees BTDC with the SPOUT connector disconnected. You may need a mirror to see the timing marks
Krusty 04/22/19 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: AA battery life

Good marketing plan though
Krusty 04/17/19 12:24pm Technology Corner
RE: Replacing Concertone Stereo

Can you pull it out and take it apart and try to see exactly what is shorted out? May be a simple fix like a wire rubbing on the frame.
Krusty 04/04/19 12:48pm Tech Issues
RE: 1st time buyer - 31 vs 35 ft trailer?

Get the one that is the best fit for your family. You will just need to get adjusted to the larger size. After you are used to pulling it and parking it, it will still be the best trailer for your needs.
Krusty 02/28/19 11:51am Fifth-Wheels
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