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Old 08-11-2015, 05:36 PM   #1
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Hi everybody , I'm parked long term and want to change the oil this weekend but I've had a brain fart. Is it ok to crank the engine while hooked to shore power ?:what:
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Hi everybody , I'm parked long term and want to change the oil this weekend but I've had a brain fart. Is it ok to crank the engine while hooked to shore power ?:what:
I run mine at home once in a while when plugged in. Short answer, yes, no problem except, you will air up the air system and will likely have to reset your jacks when you're done.
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Hi everybody , I'm parked long term and want to change the oil this weekend but I've had a brain fart. Is it ok to crank the engine while hooked to shore power ?:what:

Perfectly fine. Just don't forget and decide to go for a ride.


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