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Old 10-16-2018, 12:08 PM   #1
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RV Running and Stopped all of a sudden

I have a 2004 Travel Supreme 38DS04 MH and it started just fine like it always
has and building air pressure and about a minute into the motor running it just
abruptly shut off. I have a Cummins 350 and was wondering if I can get some
advice from you knowledgeable owners out there that might have encountered
this same exact issue. All inquiries would be greatly appreciated.

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When is the last time the fuel filters were changed? Are there any codes that can be read from the ECM?
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Could be the fuel shut off solenoid. Check that it has power with the key on and that it opens.
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Let's start by saying there are a lot of possibilities. First I would see if I could bleed some air from the fuel system. If you have a small leak it can let the fuel bleed down while sitting and trap an air bubble in the lines. Once the fuel toward the engine from the bubble is used up, as in a little idling, the air hits and you're done till it is bled out.
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