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  1. Physical check of crank sensor

    Thanks for help. Had a quick look underneath and noticed that there is a bolt missing. That can't help.

    Regards

    Keith
  2. 7.4l Vortec engine cuts out. Starts again next morning!

    RV on 2000 Chevy Express 3500

    Hi, can anyone throw any suggestions at me for the following:


    I have now had a recurrence of the above problem with engine cutting out. Vehicle has completed a...
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    Hi can anybody shed any furhter light on this: I...

    Hi can anybody shed any furhter light on this:
    I have had a recurrence of the above problem with engine cutting out. Vehicle has completed a number of short trips without incident since we checked...
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    Thanks - will check pump

    Many thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I have read the indicated thread and will check out the connections.

    Keith
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    Chevy 7.4 engine cut out suddenly

    RV on 2000 Chevy Express 3500

    Hi, can anyone throw any suggestions at me for the following:

    While driving along I heard a small backfire and the vehicle spluttered like it was running out of...
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    Headlight flash on Chevy Express 2000

    Chevy Express 3500 2000 year model. Should this model have the facility to flash the headlamps using the control stalk? The control stalk (lights, wipers, cruise) pulls back towards the steering...
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    Sticky: Grateful thanks

    Thanks Skipray, can't tell you how useful this is! I was about to post a question about whether a 2000 Chevy 7.4 L would have a carb or fuel injection and I can now check using the VIN plate.:great:
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    Hi, many thanks to unplugged and tbplus10 for...

    Hi, many thanks to unplugged and tbplus10 for your suggestions. I contacted the manufacturer who came back with some possible solutions along the lines already suggested. I have shared their info...
  9. Thread: Newbie from UK

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    Hi, thanks for your comments. 39 feet! The one...

    Hi, thanks for your comments. 39 feet! The one we have is 10 feet shorter. We were looking for something around 27' but we definitley wanted the island bed that RV give you. We fell in love with...
  10. Thread: Newbie from UK

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    Thanks for your comments. Great choice making...

    Thanks for your comments. Great choice making the US your home. Was that you being adventurous or your parents?

    Our son moved to Texas 5 years ago and the big difference he found ws property...
  11. Thread: Newbie from UK

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    Newbie from UK

    Hi all,

    Trust I'm not disabusing the forum. I am in the UK and have an American RV. It's a C Class based on the Chevy Express Van 3500 chassis. I came across the forum during a search for help...
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    Hi, did you get any further with your problem? I...

    Hi, did you get any further with your problem? I have discovered a similar isue after fitting LED rear lamps to the rear of my RV (2000 Chevy Express chassis).

    I found the following bit of of...
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