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Old 09-24-2021, 08:10 PM   #1
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Heading south.

T .minus 12 days till south bound to yuma ..everyone travel safe.hope all our canadian friends can join us soon.
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Old 09-24-2021, 08:13 PM   #2
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Old 10-06-2021, 05:16 PM   #3
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T .minus 12 days till south bound to yuma ...
South from where? Safe travels and best wishes from NM.
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Old 10-06-2021, 05:36 PM   #4
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South from where? Safe travels and best wishes from NM.
His profile says Ferndale, Washington.
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Old 10-06-2021, 09:47 PM   #5
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Actually left from pasco this am.In Jackpot nev for the night,then to vegas,into yuma by 2.00 friday. 1,200 miles.
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Old 10-08-2021, 11:00 PM   #6
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In yuma, safe traveling to everyone .have a wonderful winter.
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Old 10-09-2021, 12:17 AM   #7
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T .minus 12 days till south bound to yuma ..everyone travel safe.hope all our canadian friends can join us soon.
We left Camano Island on September 27 heading south in our TT. We sold our home on Camano back in July and have now arrived in El Centro two days ago. We will be hear until our new home in Arizona is finished, hopefully the first of February. So we'll be reversing our life by traveling north to the PNW for the summer.
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Old 10-12-2021, 11:03 PM   #8
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Just announced border opening for driving across from canada early november.
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Old 10-22-2021, 10:26 PM   #9
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Apparently you had better luck going south than we are.
We left home on the 26th of Sept, went to the Salem, Or area for a week.
Left Salem on the 3rd of Oct, got as far as Tonopah, Nev on the 5th. Lost the high pressure pump on our Duramax just as we got to the city limits of Tonopah.

We got towed to Bishop, Ca to a diesel shop that came with great recommendations. Not working out too well, been here since the 7th.
Just checked in at the shop today. Service writer told me day before yesterday that they were going to get it in the shop yesterday. So today we got out to see what was being accomplished, absolutely nothing. They did pressure tests last Monday or Tuesday. She did say they have the pump, that may not be all that is needed. Like fuel rails, lines, injectors and miscellaneous stuff.

Luckily the folks that run this RV Park we are in are very, very nice and understanding.

I told the wife we will be lucky to get out of here by the 12th of Nov with the service we are getting!!! Should have been towed to Vegas, at least we'd have been closer to our destination.
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Apparently you had better luck going south than we are.
We left home on the 26th of Sept, went to the Salem, Or area for a week.
Left Salem on the 3rd of Oct, got as far as Tonopah, Nev on the 5th. Lost the high pressure pump on our Duramax just as we got to the city limits of Tonopah.

We got towed to Bishop, Ca to a diesel shop that came with great recommendations. Not working out too well, been here since the 7th.
Just checked in at the shop today. Service writer told me day before yesterday that they were going to get it in the shop yesterday. So today we got out to see what was being accomplished, absolutely nothing. They did pressure tests last Monday or Tuesday. She did say they have the pump, that may not be all that is needed. Like fuel rails, lines, injectors and miscellaneous stuff.

Luckily the folks that run this RV Park we are in are very, very nice and understanding.

I told the wife we will be lucky to get out of here by the 12th of Nov with the service we are getting!!! Should have been towed to Vegas, at least we'd have been closer to our destination.
When you say you lost the high pressure pump....do you mean you suffered the dreaded CP4 fuel pump failure?
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When you say you lost the high pressure pump....do you mean you suffered the dreaded CP4 fuel pump failure?
That's what they are saying and I am fairly sure they are right. There's not much else to go bad and it quit like it did.
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