Oh dang, what's that smell
- View SourceBeen awile, but filled the big aft fuel tank. So now I smell gas when
there's gas coming from somwhere up on top. The mechanic said he'd have to
drop the tank to see, and guess where 50 gallons of gas goes.
OH yeah, it's a 79 Winnie Brave with dual tanks. My guess is either a
fuel line or the gasket around the sending unit. Has anybody had this
- View SourceI think the fuel line comes out near the bottom. But there's a vent
line at the top. It could be bad/broken/snapped hose clamp. And the
filler hose probably goes in up there. And your idea of a gasket
maybe on the fuel sender. All require the tank to be dropped. Think
I'd take a 48 gallon trip before having it worked on.
Seems a clever RV company could have an inspection plate/access hole
over the fitting on the fuel tank. Sure would make that problem
easier. Naturally that would put horrible restrictions on the
- View SourceBe very careful here - we smelled a little gas in our motorhome, no strong
odor, just barely noticeable. Now the motorhome is a burned out hulk. Hubby
moved it so he could mow and the poor mh caught fire. seems the rubber fuel
line had a small crack in it. Didn't leak enough to be easy to find....
former owner of 1979 Fleetwood Flair 23' "C"
Now own 1984 El Dorado 27' Class "C", Bermuda