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Old 01-02-2016, 09:10 AM   #11
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Your FixOrRepairDaily dealer just did not want to deal with a motorhome.. If you take it too a Jayco dealer they would just drive it over to his lot for him to fix..
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Old 01-02-2016, 10:24 AM   #12
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Your FixOrRepairDaily dealer just did not want to deal with a motorhome.. If you take it too a Jayco dealer they would just drive it over to his lot for him to fix..
I was filling up at the Walmart station that @ $1.559 a gallon with my Walmart card and looked at the bottom of the gas fill cap, the rubber seal was so bad it had to be leaking some. Straight to Autozone and $14.00 later it was replaced. Probably just a placebo effect but it seems to shift better and idle smoother. It never gave me a CEL tho.
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Update on the 2016 Redhawk with the airbag light that stays on. Originally took to Ford, They traced to seats and said seats need to come out to trace further. Called Jayco, They said it is a Jayco issue. Took to Jayco(MD.) They said everything checks out no krinks in wire all componets check out ok. Said take back to Ford and have them Reset the code. Took back to Ford, said cannot reset code cause there is a issue somewhere. So made appt. next Monday, back to Ford. Jayco customer service is involved in this issue now. There is no Lemon Law when it comes to RVs. Or I would have a Lawyer by NOW!
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Old 02-25-2016, 06:56 AM   #14
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Check Engine light on way home from dealer

We had the same problem with our 2016 Jayco Precept 29UR. On the way home from taking delivery of the unit the Check Engine Light went on. Ugh...

Called Ford - apparently they said that they are seeing this more and more on the 2016 F53 chassis - suggested a firmware update might fix it.

Went to Ford commercial truck center yesterday - they ran the codes and turns out there where two. One code triggered at Zero miles was due to the engine being started without the fuel level sensor bring plugged in. The second code triggered at mile 230 because the misfire profile learning had not been done on the chassis and the PCM thought there was a misfire in the coach.

Tech cleared the two codes, checked the firmware status (was up to date) and ran the misfire learning profile/configuration.

Will let you know if that is the long term fix.
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Old 02-28-2016, 09:08 PM   #15
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sjarr, thank you for the detailed followup.
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My check engine light came on on my first trip to Florida. The manual said if nothing was wrong it would go out after driving at highway speeds and turning on and off the engine a few times. This did work but every time I got fuel it would come on again. The problem is the vent tube is in the fill pipe. After the pump shut off I would fill the tank to the top of the fill pipe to get a few extra miles. Very wrong. As soon as the pump shuts off stop filling. I did and in over 5000 miles the check engine light has never come on again.
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Old 04-03-2016, 07:07 AM   #17
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Lenom Law for RVs do exist

Just a note from one of the comments above, depending on the state you purchased your RVs are covered by Lemon Laws. Florida, Indiana as examples both have lemon laws.

Best suggestion is if you think you have a problem work you way up the chain at customer service (Joyce Skinner) and then pull in Jayco's president (Tadd Jenkins).
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