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Old 06-25-2017, 04:10 PM   #15
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Oh yeah we will be going through a very thorough inspection, I did think it odd that they didn't know about the furnace being bad until after we had decided to buy it, those are not cheap.
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It's possible that it is dust from air filter you see. Or particulate from the turbo. It being a diesel, it occurs to me if it's an exhaust leak you're gonna smell diesel fumes which are very pungent. Whatever it is, I'd get it checked out before plunking the money. I've never met a trustworthy salesman!
I had gone to the dealership to check it, they didn't have the engine running just the generator, anyway we will be checking it over very carefully. I have a lot more questions to ask just from the help on this post.
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We spent 10 weeks in the south west earlier this year in our 32 foot Winnebago Journey. One of the neatest places we went was Chaco Culture National Historical Park. To get there is 13 miles of gravel road not to bad but very dusty then the last 4 miles of un maintained dirt road very rough. We also camped on some BLM land more dirt. We had dust in our MH and our Jeep toad. I'm not saying that you should have dust just giving one reason for it. On my to do list is to look at my seals.
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