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Old 09-06-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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onan starter

Have a 1996 Holiday Rambler Vacationer, think Ive stripped the starter, is it hard to replace and how hard is the starter to acsess on the onan7000--Vince Rutherfordton,N.C.
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Not a problem after you get the unit out, Ive done many and I'm right down the road from you.
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Yea,Nebo is close.So I guess you have to lift it out to do that? Also the carb may need adjusting--seems to chase the load for a while and sometimes almost stop. Also the people we bought it fromm let it run out of LP gas--filled it yest. everything works great, except fridge--poss air in line--restarted it several times-still goes to "check". Any advice would really be appreciated.(new to MH)--Vince
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If you run the stove top it will help get air out it sounds like air in the system. Yea it will have to come out while it out it could be looked over and cleaned out or blown out while the cover is off and serviced What is the model number?
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Onan Marquie 7000, model# 7NHMFA26106F. Are you self-employed,work at Tom Johnson"s?. Also, can a small engine mechanic do the generator work, or need to go to a dealership( $120.00/ hr labor)?Vince
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If the SEM feels comfortable taking response ability for working with the 120V lines, the gas lines, removing it and replaceing it then yes. I use to work out there about 5 yrs ago then I went on my own
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Hey,do you want new buisness(and probably plenty of it)?I would much rather have someone I can count on and trust, than a dealership. My wife and I are wanting to get our 1996 Holiday Rambler Vacationer ES in top shape so we can hit the road in the spring. It is in really good shape inside, but the previous owner backed into something and messed the bumper up. I am new to MH-have camped a lot in pop-ups and hybrids.You are probably 20-30 min. from our house. Thanks---Vince
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Where' s the generator installed in your coach?
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He got the one after the axle, It would not be to bad if it were not the gennie that has the full encloser on it everything is covered it got the side cover to get to the oil and button if I'm thinking correct
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Well the genie was midship and the starter was original with 400 plus hrs it was show its ware but installed a new one and serviced it running good now
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