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  • About ladagobago
    City
    Willingboro
    State or Province
    nj
    Country
    us
    RV Manufacturer
    Winnebago
    RV Model
    Chieftain ISB Diesel
    RV Year
    99
    RV Length
    36L
    Location (City, State):
    DW Driver -Winter Englewood FL, Summer Willingboro NJ
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    La Dagobago
    99 36 FL Winne Chieftain 5.9 ISB Turbo Cummins DP, 24' box with 1972 V12 XKE Jag and HD Sporty Hobby of 1970's Suzuki dirt bike restoration. Visit my blog.

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  • Join Date: 12-25-2010
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Posted 11-05-2017 at 03:59 PM by ladagobago Comments 0
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Many of us have experience a "no start" condition. Often this is a fuel delivery problem after filter change, component change or just a situation where the fuel delivery is air lock the the lift pump just isn't doing it's job well enough.

So currently, this is where I am at with the no start issue. seems as though my fuel is draining back to the tank and I am trying to start a dry fuel delivery. This was found after I tried to start again and no go. I loosened a fitting...

Posted 02-05-2016 at 06:29 AM by ladagobago Comments 0
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Carbon Monoxide detectors that many RV owners purchase are common electro-chemical sensors found in most big box stores and in fact most any hardware outlet. These products claim long life, ( some up to 10 years) but are not able to be tested and are susceptible to outside contaminates. What most folks donít know is what is inside these devices which in reality is a miniature chemical laboratory complete with reactant chemicals, electricity and electrodes.

Substance-specific (gases)...

Posted 12-20-2015 at 08:22 AM by ladagobago Comments 0
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After reading all the suggestions of more lube, replacing magnetic contact and a lot of cursing at steps controls that did what they wanted at the worst times, I decided to go manual. I can't begin to tell you how many times my DW would shout out, "THE STEPS ARE OUT", with my response "OH SHXT".

The entire process can be accomplished with a simple momentary double pole double throw switch purchased on line or at radio shack. That would be the simplest and most...

Posted 11-27-2015 at 03:27 PM by ladagobago Comments 1
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The down shifting of the trans can mask an improperly operating EB cylinder action. By observation you can determine the piston / PAC operation is normal by the deceleration of the MH. Down shifts when the circuit is activated are gauged by the distance it takes to stop using telephone poles as a measure. Typically they are spaced 100 feet apart. At 50 mph we can slow to 20 mph in about 250 feet with the PAC. note: (it was cheaper to get it, the piston, at Freightliner than a Cummins)
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Great idea. We are picking...
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