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Old 02-24-2013, 08:20 PM   #1
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Question Cummins Diesel

Just bought this Winnebago TOUR 2 weeks ago. camped plugged in for 2 weeks. Left today for some dry camping. Got to the sight, turned the engine off, and 2 minutes later it will not start. Now, 5 hrs later it still will not start. when I turn the key, all the lights go on. when I turn it to start position, it all goes blank, but nothing from the starter.? The batteries show 12.7 volts, the generator starts just fine.
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:22 PM   #2
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Check your battery connections. If they are not tight you can get those symptoms.
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Check your battery connections. If they are not tight you can get those symptoms.
I agree. I cleaned my coach battery and it looked great but I had not removed the cables and cleaned the post. Had the same symptoms. Cleaned post and clamps with metal wire post cleaner and she started right up.
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Mickey,

What year is the Tour?

You should have an Emergency Start switch to the left of the steering wheel. That will use your house batteries to start the engine if the starting batteries are low. Give that a try.
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is the tranny in park?
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Hi and

Are the slides in, parking brake set, etc...
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