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Ad shows Casey as the seller. Casey was the person / manager in charge of the shop at TeamJoyner.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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Ad shows Casey as the seller. Casey was the person / manager in charge of the shop at TeamJoyner.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

Yea, I spoke to him a few times.Gonna give him a call later.Wish i saw his add last night,I may have made a trip over there and picked up some parts today.

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Yea, I spoke to him a few times.Gonna give him a call later.Wish i saw his add last night,I may have made a trip over there and picked up some parts today.

Is he in Arizona?

Az bound

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Yea, I spoke to him a few times.Gonna give him a call later.Wish i saw his add last night,I may have made a trip over there and picked up some parts today.

Yes, Casey is the one I was troubleshooting with on my high rev problem before they closed. Do you have his phone number?

THX,

Chalkstk

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From the ad. " Call casey 480-766-6137 "

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

Thx roc. Where are you in NM? We will be in Deming for the summer :)

Chalkstk

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We are near Tucson, AZ/ The Mexico is south of the border because we go down ofter. Leaving today for a week. You will be 4 hours from us.

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We are near Tucson, AZ/ The Mexico is south of the border because we go down ofter. Leaving today for a week. You will be 4 hours from us.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

We retired in 04 as Fulltime RV'ers. We manage a small RV park in Quartzsite from Sept to May, then go to Deming for summer months. Problem is now that I have the R-2, I can only tow it either behind the Class A or behind the GMC PU. So I can't drive both vehicles, as my wife hates to drive period............Bummer!

Have a safe and great time in Mex and watch out for those "druggies" :) I have had no meaningful response to my high rev situation. Can't afford to just buy a bunch of parts and hope I catch the problem but never know which part did the fix, that is if I could get all the parts.

Went thru the pdf manual last nite and was disappointed as they give allot of schematics, but no pics of the part they explain. I have no idea what one sensor, except the MAS, looks like or where it is on the engine???

Could I have a possible intake gasket leak? Would that cause high rev? If so, then why does it finally idle after a bunch of strats/stops? This "intermittence" is driving me nuts, instead of me driving my rig :(

Chalkstk

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Chalkstk:

I also had a similar problem to yours. Turned out to be a small rock that had been thrown up into the accelator pedal craddle and the pedal itself. Couldn't see it without pulling the hood fiberglass. I installed flat metal over the entire pedal craddle and haven't had a problem since. Hopes this solves your problem.

Happy Trails

Az Bound

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On some intermittent problem, that I have had in the electrical industry and other places, I have often resorted to unplug everything and plug it back in and it surprises me how often this grenade approach works, covers more area than a shot gun approach :lol: . My theory is that one pin some where is making and breaking contact, whether dirty, corroded, not seated properly, etc. gets a better contact with this procedure, And I assure you, it has worked for me more than just a few times. I would start with the plugs at the computer and eyeball all the pins in the plugs to see if they all protrude the same amount.

Hang in there and if you don't get it fixed, remind us periodically and maybe someone will have a good tip for you.

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We retired in 04 as Fulltime RV'ers. We manage a small RV park in Quartzsite from Sept to May, then go to Deming for summer months. Problem is now that I have the R-2, I can only tow it either behind the Class A or behind the GMC PU. So I can't drive both vehicles, as my wife hates to drive period............Bummer!

Hire a kid to drive the GMC, You get both rigs where you want and the kid has a hoot doing it, he would probably pay you for letting him to do. :)

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On some intermittent problem, that I have had in the electrical industry and other places, I have often resorted to unplug everything and plug it back in and it surprises me how often this grenade approach works, covers more area than a shot gun approach :lol: . My theory is that one pin some where is making and breaking contact, whether dirty, corroded, not seated properly, etc. gets a better contact with this procedure, And I assure you, it has worked for me more than just a few times. I would start with the plugs at the computer and eyeball all the pins in the plugs to see if they all protrude the same amount.

Hang in there and if you don't get it fixed, remind us periodically and maybe someone will have a good tip for you.

Thx Kin,

I'll try the plug in and out thing. Just got some di-electric grease. But my sledge hammer is at the ready :rolleyes:

Frankie

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Chalkstk:

I also had a similar problem to yours. Turned out to be a small rock that had been thrown up into the accelator pedal craddle and the pedal itself. Couldn't see it without pulling the hood fiberglass. I installed flat metal over the entire pedal craddle and haven't had a problem since. Hopes this solves your problem.

Happy Trails

Az Bound

Hi AZ,

The throttle body cam is at rest. Idle screw is completely backed off. Think the plug and unplug tip is next to try. Got di-electric grease and contact cleaner ready. Thx for the concern. Evrybody here has been a great encouragment.

Frankie

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