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Old 02-10-2009, 09:19 AM   #1
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I started our coach 2 days ago after being in storage since November and it started a little hard, but it did start. I left it run for about 1/2 hour while doing some work in preparation for a trip week and shut it down. 2 days later it will turn over just fine, but will not fire. I did get some kind of (F) code, but was unable to read it before the low fuel message came on. The tank was full and I put stabilizer in the tank before putting it away in November and the fuel gauge read full then and now.

Can anyone give me advice on how to trouble shot this problem?
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Larry,
Just a little trick to try, it's worked for us before. Disconnect the chassis battery for approximately 1/2 hour, this will reset the computer (if that is the problem) another thing to look at is the fuel pump fuse (under the hood)
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You may want to investigate the fuel pump. I just had mine replaced. I would just turn over and over and over just fine but would not fire.

Remove the gas cap and put your ear to the spout and have someone turn the key to on/start. If fuel pump is OK you should hear it run for just a second or two when the key goes to the ON position.
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My vote is for Fuel Pump or Fuel Filter.
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Thanks to all who responded. As Steve Brazel suggested the problem was a blown fuse. Don't have a clue as to why it blew, but it starts now.

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Thanks to all who responded. As Steve Brazel suggested the problem was a blown fuse. Don't have a clue as to why it blew, but it starts now.
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