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Old 12-16-2014, 10:28 AM   #1
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RV Won't Start-No Spark

Have 2000 R-Vision Condor 1330; parked it after a long trip. Tried to start it to no avail after a week, just cranks but no light off. Sprayed fluid down the intake and still no go; started gas generator no problem. After checking all the fuses and circuit breakers, they were all good. Did find a grounding wire hanging from the negative side of the battery but can't locate where it may have attached to. The engine is definitely not getting a spark and the loose wire may be the culprit. Anyone have ideas where it may attach? Also, any other ideas on how I can start the engine would be appreciated. Thank you!
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Create a temporary ground with that wire and see if it solves the problem.

If it does, make the temporary ground permanent


I otherwise would not have a clue as to what your wire does or where it goes.
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Well, the negative battery terminal can only go to chassis ground. Is the big negative cable still attached? To battery and chassis? If so, I don't know of any engine-related purpose for an additional ground wire.
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