I then went and looked into the battery compartment to see if maybe a battery had came loose and was shorting out against something but they were okay.
I then went back and attempted to start the coach and it started right up.
The bump caused it to break connection and after some fiddeling with things contact was made again.
Try checking all screws and especially the plugs that connect the harnesses together. RV particulars: Safari Driveline (Engine, Transmission): 8.2 Detroit Miles: 80k Year: 90 Break Down Description: Shut off for lunch & wouldn't start Symptoms: Runs good but wouldn't start Effect: Cause: Fuel solenoid contacts not making Outcome: Replaced fuel solenoid, it turns out that the contacts in the solenoid can be cleaned and the solenoid re-used.
Called him up told him my problem and he says I’ll be there in 5 minutes.
Well Louie showed up looked at the motor and diagnosed my problem to be the governor.
So, somewhere in my coach I have a problem waiting to jump out and bite me and there's nothing I can do to prevent it. Just outside Casa Grande, AZ the engine burped and the yellow warning light came on.
The engine kept running but was a little low on power.
Cummins in Phoenix fixed the problem, all under warranty and so far that is the only scare we have had.
Moderators Note: This thread is intending to report a problem and its resolution.
If you are seeking help or information to help you resolve a problem you would best be served by initiating a thread on the class A forum proper After some conversation with Diesel-Lover and others on this forum I thought I would try to start a thread concerning breakdowns on the road.
He said here take off these three air lines and these two nuts and I’ll be back in 5 minutes.
He came back in 5 minutes and handed me a part and said here put this where you took the other one off, wait for the air to come up to 120 p.s.i.