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  1. Hey gang, I went for a smog test and they said that my RV is missing the "back pressure modulator" which I've come to learn is also called the "vacuum modulator." I had the shop that did the test do the repairs, which I'm not sure was a great idea. They said they ordered the part but what they got doesn't fit bc they need something like the part pictured but with only 2 ports (1 on each side) rather than the 2+1 in the picture. But they can't seem to find one like that. What little I've found online suggests that the right part is a 2+1 like in the picture. For example, this one
  2. I recently purchased a 1986 Travel Master and noticed a faint smell of gasoline in the cab while driving the other day. Once I was home I checked to make sure the gas cap was good and for any noticeable leaks and didn't see any, but I noticed a pretty strong smell of gas coming out of the exhaust pipe. What could be causing this? Does it require immediate attention or am I okay to drive?
  3. Hello! This is my first post. We have a 78 micro mini with a 20r engine. I just had some exhaust work done but the guy was trying to charge me a bunch because he thought j was crazy. I read that people were running 2.5" exhaust and it was working well for them. He wouldn't do what I want for less than 600 so I just had him run 2.5" from my headers that I put on to a 2.5" converter. Then reduce down to my original exhaust. I know it's not perfect but I will finish with a 2.5 muffler and tailpipe soon. While it was idling yesterday I pulled of the air filter. It was idling very high. When I rem
  4. my first post! (and most probably not my last!)..here's my situation: 1993, 21' Conquest, 53,000 miles, third owner - bought from a friend of a friend last fall. Sold off house and all my belongings and hit the road to full time it in January...yep escaped most of those 'polar vortexes' of last winter - and have had some trials and tribulations that would be expected driving a 20 yro vehicle..that is actually in pretty darn good shape... had the truck 'once overed' before i hit the road and replaced all the hoses etc... i am not a mechanic at all, but have a few friends who are real motorheads
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