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|83 E350 GenSet Fuel Line (Sam)||jd||2-5-03|
|Tried to EMail but got a failure....|
Wanted to say thanks for the advice, will do what you suggest. Problem
sometimes, my projects get backed up so it may appear I'm ignoring people's advice. Will post results when I finally get some. I've posted this question several times each on several forums and you're the first person who's come back with a credible answer.
I now have just about all I need. Just figured out how the shore-tie-to-genset switchover works, now the fuel feed, just had the carb professionally rebuilt. I have insulation for the genset bay, and made bracing to support it in the compartment.
There's always something - so far, nobody can tell me where the remote
start/shutoff wiring terminates inside the coach. I've got six or seven
wires in the bay, along with the battery cables for the starter, but no
idea where to connect a panel inside! I don't want to start cutting paneling at random. Of course, I can start the genset from outside till I get that one figured out.
Long note, but Sam, Thanks Again!
God Bless, jd
|Re: 83 E350 GenSet Fuel Line (Sam)||Sam Watson||2-6-03|
|JD, you're welcome, I'm glad to help. Before you remove all your paneling, call an electrical contractor and ask them to make an appointment with you to use their signal generator to trace your wiring. In essence, a signal generator is attached to one end of a wire and produces an RF signal in that wire. Using the companion piece, the detecter, the wire can be located by zeroing in on that RF signal.|