We left Lazydays' Rally Park about 8:30 this morning and tried our first fillup at the nearby Flying J. We took a whole 11 gallons is spite of the fuel gauges showing about 3/4 tank full
The check engine light is still coming on, so the problem isn't crud/water in the fuel filter as first diagnosed. So apparently we must have a sensor issue of some sort.
The coach drove like a dream (I think - what do I know). The chassis shop fixed the wheel shimmey/shake - that is a big thumbs-up!
The co-pilot took the helm for about 45 minutes on I-75 and she did great!
We banged the CB antenna on one of the final residental streets leading to our house - WOW did all of those tree limbs look LOW
Navigating the 600' long tree-profuse path to the rear of the property was go slow time. Jane was outside with the radio spotting; we took our time and got the coach back there without a scratch. The navigating dynamics will change a little on the reverse course, but I'm pretty confident I can get the coach back out without scratches.
Today was a wonderful confidence-builder for both of us. Can't wait to get the coach out again
I found out that the 30A drop from my shop to the RV outlet I put in a few years ago for some friends has very low voltage under a 25 amp load - about 102 VAC or so. This isn't good for the air conditioner so I think I will put in a 50 amp 220V drop for the coach.
--John & Jane