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Old 09-08-2015, 09:29 PM   #531
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I drove it about a hundred miles to pick up my TT at an Exclusively Jayco dealership. All is well even though the check engine light came on for a while on the way to the dealership. It popped on in July while towing but in both cases, it did not reappear after shutting down and restarting the engine.
If you go to an Auto Zone, O' Reilly's, or most parts shops they will run a free diagnostic that will show what error codes are in the ECM. Might head off a problem before it becomes major.
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Old 09-08-2015, 09:44 PM   #532
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I drove it about a hundred miles to pick up my TT at an Exclusively Jayco dealership. All is well even though the check engine light came on for a while on the way to the dealership. It popped on in July while towing but in both cases, it did not reappear after shutting down and restarting the engine.
Get that checked. It didn't go away. Its a soft code. Your computer recorded it. Its still there until cleared by a scan tool. Go to AutoZone find out what it is for free. Soft codes are usually minor which generally means cheaper (relative). It will turn into a hard code that will not disapear eventually possibly turning into money. Soft codes can be as simple as a bad 02 sensor or even the gas cap is loose. Simple fixes.
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Old 09-09-2015, 05:44 AM   #533
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I drove my TV 40 miles each way to meet some camp hosts that I used to host with for a bite of lunch. We hadn't seen each other in a couple of years and it was a fun afternoon.
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Changed fuel filters. 10k on them.
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Old 09-10-2015, 12:20 PM   #535
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What did you do to your tow vehicle today? From changing the oil to changing the engine to installing a new mod, we want to know what you did to your tow vehicle TODAY!
At last, I got rid of the tube steps and had the original design Dee Zee running boards installed- They are beautiful and very comfortable and safe to step on- As always, I hated to spend the money but am very happy with the outcome- JMHO- DD
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Bought a cell phone holder that attaches to the vent so I can use Google Maps as my GPS without having to balance the phone on my lap so that I can see the screen.
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Washed and vacuumed it plus cleaned all the windows inside and out in preparation for heading south in a couple days....
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Topped off my fuel tank getting ready to leave my summer host position for my home base. I'm not leaving until 9-20, but why wait until the last minute and have to rush?
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Prepping my FASS 150 lift pump and my Firestone bags for install.
RV in bed plug was installed yesterday, take delivery Saturday
You're going to want to sump your fuel tank, ton of people (myself included) have run into issues with the factory pickup being too restrictive. Just my .02
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