To Jeff and Linda and others who are wondering if we have found out what happened about the engine shut down. We did take our coach to the "new" (since June 06) Cummins facility in Spartanburg, SC. No fault codes showed up on the monitoring system. The only thing found was a loose battery connection on a house battery, so it probably did not cause the engine shut down.
We were going to take the MH to Florida (which would have been a good "test") to be near our relative who was dying of pancreatic cancer. Unfortuately, he took a sudden turn for the worse; and we drove down in our car, as it seemed quicker in the emergency (we got there before his death). We are now home, but we are so worn out from recent events in our family, that we don't plan to take the MH out until the Rally in Hilton Head.
I do want to add that WRV has been VERY RESPONSIVE to our needs (including a more recent one). Max Zacula has called and rechecked in a timely fashion (if I initiated a call, I never had to wait more than one hour for a return call). He has really been good to coordinate with various people about our problems. Also,while we were gone,Dave Avila called and left three messages trying to contact us. He then contacted us via our cell phone while we were still in Florida. I want to say I think this reponse is excellent! I would doubt any other manufacture's service department would do as well. Most, when they didn't hear back from us, probably would have just shoved it to the back burner.
For sure, we certainly can't complain about response from WRV, and that has been true ever since we have owned the coach.
Beverly and Buddy