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Old 11-09-2015, 05:53 PM   #1
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Winter Storage Advice Needed

I just winterized my Legacy RB and have it parked for the winter in an indoor storage facility. My last RV was a gasser. I would go over once a month or so and run the engine and the generator for an hour. I would run the dash air to keep the seals from drying out and the house air and/or microwave to put a load on the generator. In between visits, I would disconnect the house and chassis batteries. I have been told that running a diesel engine for short periods of time is bad and it is better to not start it until ready to move out of storage next spring. Not sure just disconnecting the batteries is enough. I would appreciate some advice on what precautions and actions experienced diesel owners take when storing their RV over the winter. Tx
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