Cooling the coach
Quote by Ryanandcollette
"The generator won't run the A/C when the coach is moving, so unless you are driving or in the passenger seat you are going to be very hot. Love the look of the new styled windows but you can't use them to cool the coach down on the road. We had to drive home from a trip in the middle of the night because it was 100° in the daytime. We took our rig in to 2 different Cummins and to our dealership service department 3 times for this problem. Still not fixed, and our service department literally said they give up. Dealing with Jayco directly now, they are slow to email and vague when they do respond. When I called, the customer service rep was not very forthcoming. When asked directly he said he hopes they will have it figured out in a few months. This is just one of our issues. So thank you Larry G. for taking the time to hear me whine."
I can't fix your generator but I read in another post how to cool the entire coach while running just using the dash air.
Turn the A/C control to NORM A/C, set the fan speed at 2 or 3 or high and Open either your bathroom ceiling vent or your bedroom ceiling vent without turning their fans on. As you travel down the road cooled, outside air will enter the coach, the existing hot air in the coach which rises to the roof will exit through the rear vent. It works!
The entire coach stays cool.
We are still on our around the country trip in our new 2016 Greyhawk 29 MV and are still traveling in the hot as hell western states and we have never had to use the generator when running except for lunch breaks on the side of the road.
I hope your genny problems can be resolved.
Albert & Jan
Emilee & Sophia, the Pugs
2016 Greyhawk 29MV w/M&G Compressor
2013 Jeep Wrangler w/M&G Brake