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Old 04-12-2006, 05:18 AM   #1
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Anyone had luck eliminating water ingestion problem with 1998 Tropical on P30 chasis? Just started two years ago. The service engine light come on because the Mass air flow sensor is getting wet. Thanks

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Anyone had luck eliminating water ingestion problem with 1998 Tropical on P30 chasis? Just started two years ago. The service engine light come on because the Mass air flow sensor is getting wet. Thanks

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Old 04-12-2006, 05:35 AM   #3
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TIRWIN: WELCOME TO iRV2.COM We are glad you joined and posted! I've linked your post to the WORKHORSE forum down below in the Owner's Corner. I'm sure you will get lots of good advice and hopefully an answer.

Here is mine: Look carefully at the filter box and the intake tubing to see if any openings have appeared which may allow water spray to get sucked in. Good luck, and again WELCOME! ED
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tirwin welcome to irv2
If you click on my posts bottom left had side around page 82 there are posts to do with intake of water, may help you. Enjoy the forums and ask if any further questions. "007"
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