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Old 08-21-2014, 09:26 PM   #15
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Hi, I sounds like it is old gas and if you can drain the tank that would be a good thing and then put fresh gas in it.

More than likely your gas filter is the problem. On the workhorse chassis it is located on the rail in front of the drivers side rear tire. I would change that out to start with. I would also add Sea Foam to the new gas that you are putting in it. After you get it running I would always add an additive like StaBil if the Rv is going to sit for awhile.

Until you get the engine running don't try to start the generator as the bad gas will mess that up to. I would also change the gas filter on the generator and try to drain the old gas out of the fuel line.

Good Luck and you have a very fine Rv there.

Thanks we are really excited to begin using it. My uncle put 20 new gallons of premium in it last weekend, gonna be a lot of draining.

I will replace the gas filter and add sea foam, do you think the gas HAS to be drained?
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