<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">I am curious as to the make and type of class A you had, and what its' problem was that caused you to immediatelly sell it. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
It was an Itasca 27' Sundancer.
While driving up I-5, the MH just died. I got it restarted and drove off the Hwy but died again. Had it towed to an RV shop that replaced the fuel filter..ran but died about 3 miles. I had it towed again to the RV shop that said it's the in-tank fuel pump. Replaced and drove 3 miles and died again. I suggested that they check the fuel pump relay on the 3rd day. They couldn't get an OEM relay because it was Saturday so they "jury rigged" a relay from AutoZone. Got it home and I replaced the OEM relay and MH ran great.
I sold it because it for each tow, it took 3 hours for a tow truck large enough to tow it. Then had to wait for a mechanic to finish up two or three MH repair before getting to mine. BTW not one 5th wheel waiting to be repaired
Now if I have mechanical problems, I can bring my truck to ANY repair shop. It's just peace of mind.