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Heating Engine in cold temperatures
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PThank you Michael for your help I did try that but that didn't make a difference. In the end I just drove south as far as I could, stop and rest for 2 hours so the engine won't cool down too much and keep driving at some point I was able to open the generator bay, it was frozen shut, and there was a bypass switch connected to a fire extinguisher and that made it work, I guess the switch was frozen as well and not working.

Now resting at Myrtle Beach, SC with a beautiful 50 degrees! I never thought that I would say this but I was REALLY happy when temps started to climb up to 25 degress!

Thank you SO much for all the help it was really great to count with a lot of help when is really needed, I really hope I can return the favor at some point.

I'm attaching a picture of the panel I have in the bedroom (never looked at it and that is why I couldn't find the block heater switch) just in case it help anybody else at some point.

   
1988 40ft Newell Classic
8V92 TA Mechanic
Allison 740 (4 speed)
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RE: Heating Engine in cold temperatures - by Floridian - 12-30-2017, 07:11 PM

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