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PaulJ2

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Posted: 03/08/18 04:34pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would have one who knows take a look and see if in fact it has a carb.
Then check the VIN # to see if in fact it is a 93.
I'm thinking one of these is wrong. My thoughts.

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What the heck? I’ve replaced the air filter, the Chevy truck center has looked at the carburetor. I don’t know why you want to dispute this issue.. if it keeps up I’ll just delete the post. Geez

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Posted: 03/08/18 07:06pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Somewhere the information is incorrect.
You have the options
1) Provide you rig's GM vin number
2) provide engine vin number on block
3) delete post
You won't be able to get a good answer without good information.


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psalm10720, Post a picture of the 4 barrel carb on you MH and prove everyone else wrong. Nothing like getting in the last lick. GRIN

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Posted: 03/08/18 07:56pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I don’t have to prove anything. Someone already posted the info. Get a life

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Posted: 03/09/18 05:20pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A brand new MH can have over a thousand miles on the odometer titled on a chassis that's a few years older than the MH build date.

You may have a 1989/90 chassis on a 1993 RV. The title is always issued on date of manufacture.


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psalm10720 wrote:

I don’t have to prove anything. Someone already posted the info. Get a life


Too bad you have such attitude, and lack of knowledge. Every one else knows that a 93 P32 MH chassis came from the factory with throttle body fuel injection, not a carb. If you really have a carb, then it was installed by you or a previous owner, not the factory. So you did not supply the necessary information for any one to help you. You never even mentioned the supposedly carb brand or model number.
You get a life!

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enblethen wrote:

Had a thought last night!
If some one changed to carb, it could be that the catalytic converter was overloaded and clogged.


This is a real good point...a clogged cat will choke it until it dies for sure


She may be old but she is paid for (the rig that is)


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Posted: 03/10/18 09:34am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The OP doesn't want to provide VIN numbers or other information.
It is a shame that he asks for help and refuses to listen!

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enblethen wrote:

The OP doesn't want to provide VIN numbers or other information.
It is a shame that he asks for help and refuses to listen!


I agree. We really would like to help him if we can. With wrong information we are wasting our time as well as his.

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