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Old 09-03-2016, 01:39 PM   #1
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Stop engine light and buzzer

Does anyone have any idea why the stop warning light and buzzer would come on when going up hill or applying more power? We have a 2001 Rexhall Aerbus . Thanks
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Old 09-03-2016, 02:02 PM   #2
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Over heating maybe? was the temp gage climbing before warning lite came on?
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Old 09-03-2016, 02:28 PM   #3
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Low on coolant. What motor do you have?
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Old 09-03-2016, 05:04 PM   #4
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Thanks for the reply, there's no overheating at all. It is a Cummins 330 ISC. There is antifreeze in the sight glass. Wondering if it has something to do with the turbo? It runs fine otherwise.
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I would look into the Scangauge D around $140+- or the Silverleaf $360+- to see if there are any codes. I would not leave home without mine
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Old 09-03-2016, 07:16 PM   #6
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Good advise, my husband said that is good thing to have. My be a birthday gift
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.. ...I hate to ask, but it's not low on engine oil by chance?
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Giddar, embarrassing questions, but what warning light and what buzzer? I looked up your coach online and got 5 ads of pictures and coach for sale, and not one was 2001. We will help you if we can, but you are talking a 15 year old RV. More info please. Engine temperature? Does it happen when you drive fast? . Do you have airbags? There are so many things that can alarm a complex system, and the motor is only one of them.
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When was the last fuel filter change ?

If not recent, maybe change them to see if it clears up.

Hill climbing and appling power are when it calls for the most fuel flow. Partially clogged filters restrict flow.
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My 2000 Newmar with a cummins 330 would do that. I changed the fuel filter and it quit. I believe this was a warning light for fuel pressure.

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I had the light that says warning come on on my coach and I found later that it stored a code every time. When you shut the key off it resets and goes until it comes on again.
It may be worth having a diesel shop read your codes. Mine was a fuel pump problem yours could be the same or something totally different. Mine bucked and jerked a few time pulling hills and yes I did change the fuel filters.
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Update, my hubs changed the fuel filter and that seemed to have fixed the problem. The filter was all gummed up. After driving for a while it came back periodically, not as bad as before. Hubs thinks it needs to be changed again, hopefully that works. Thank you everyone for all of your suggestions and helpful experience. This is the best.
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Update, my hubs changed the fuel filter and that seemed to have fixed the problem. The filter was all gummed up. After driving for a while it came back periodically, not as bad as before. Hubs thinks it needs to be changed again, hopefully that works. Thank you everyone for all of your suggestions and helpful experience. This is the best.
Glad he found the problem. I got my scangauge D from Walmart $119 delivered to your nearest walmart. Three days for me.

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