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Old 09-01-2011, 06:05 AM   #1
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98 Winnebago Brave won't start

Changed fuel pumpi n tank, have intermittent power but won't stay running. Fuel relay? Where is it? Runs pouring gas in carb. Belp ! Thanks
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Old 09-07-2011, 04:20 AM   #2
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Napa lists a replacement fuel pump for a P-30 chassis that isn't the right one. I used one from Napa and later found that it could not keep enough fuel to the throttle body. I bought a "Carter" pump and solved the problem.
Also, the in-line fuel filter along the underside maybe half way the motorhome could be clogged. It isn't an expensive filter and isn't a big job to change out.
I don't know if your motorhome is a P-30 or not. But, the fuel pump issue may be the same.
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I don't know where the fuel relay is located. The in-line fuel filter is located on the curb side of my Winnebago Adventure. I'm guessing yours is the same.
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