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Old 01-23-2008, 05:23 PM   #15
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Root: catching up here and had a thought. Where do you store your RV? Ultimately found the cause of our 'check engine' as vacuum leak caused by rodent(s) chewing on the line from gas tank to generator. Not enough to spot a leak on the ground, but definately enough to blow gas on poor technician when he put the system under pressure. Any incriminating signs under the hood? (grass nesting materials, droppings, etc.) Good luck.

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Appreciate all of the input. I solved the problem by getting a new motorhome.

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root. I like how you solved the problem.
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Now THAT's the spirit!

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