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Old 04-18-2016, 12:09 PM   #1
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1991 C Aluma-lite xl with E350

This engine ran great and started right up. soon I could only start with aux. found the main engine battery was a deep cycle. I changed both batteries. engine started and then died like out of gas. Now I cannot start. power to ignition, distributor, coil. none at spark plugs. I heard rumor of a reset button to fuel?? no battery disconnect on panel. Is there a security system. Manuel does not talk about engine mostly coach.
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Are you saying it won't turn over or it cranks over but won't get fire to start? If it cranks over are you sure the fuel pump in the tank is running? I heard there is a reset under the right side passenger kick panel but I doubt that is your problem. You can check to see if the pump runs by running a jumper wire to the connector plug behind the battery on the passenger side. See if you can crawl under the fuel tank and get someone to turn the key on. You should here the pump run for a couple of seconds.
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did you ever determine the problem? We are in the process of buying the same model (our first rv) and just before our test drive we had to switch it to aux to start it even though it had just been running a few minutes earlier without issue. I'm hoping that's not a sign of things to come once we hand over our cash!
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