Hi I have. 2015 Chevy 2500 diesel . I am going through Oregon soon . Oregon requires drivers to carry chains . The manual for the truck States not to use chains on the tires I have on the truck. I am assuming that I would need to put cables on these tires. What is peoples experiences using cables on their trucks? I am not planning on towing my fifth wheel in the snow.
We where hooked Up at a campground halfway to our destination. We smelled a burnt rubber smell coming from the basement we turned off the TV, fireplace,etc, and disconnected from shore power. We opened up the panel near the water pump and looked around in there. I pulled the titan fireplace out and looked behind there everything looked OK. There is a lot of discussion on the blog about loose wire nuts but we didn’t see anything.We are considering going onto our destination campground and just staying on 12 V until we could go home and put it in to a shop. Does that make sense and seem safe?
After talking to a service tech that thought the problem might be the electric water heater element ,I did the following : turned off all the breakers and turned on the water heater breaker . Bingo! Continued my trip using propane water heater.!
We have a 2021 3120rl . One of the hydraulic levelers has a slight leak at the seal . Just enough to have a little film on the leveler foot . I clean it up and when I get around to checking several days latter it is there again .The connections are tight . Is this something I should see the dealer about? Thanks