Ok little update on the generator.
Picked it up this evening. Unit looks in pretty good condition. They have to cut the remote wires for the start for the inside of the coach. Bad thing is... he didnt label what colors go to what pins for the starter switch and hour meter. Its 4 wires and some that are jumpered so it cant be that hard to figure out.
I did hear it run for a second. The sprayed starter fluid in the intake (not real happy about doing that) but it does put some parts to rest, but just cause it makes runs doesnt mean it makes power.
This unit is a gas unit that has been converted to LP. Its a Marquis 7000 gen3 unit. Here is a link to the info on this.......http://www.dieselpartusa.com/pdf/cm-7000.pdf
But the specs it is a 1800 rpm unit. So I am happy about this. I am of the mindset that fewer revs means quiet? It had the starter and the govener replaced and only has 8 hrs on it as well as a oil change.
The hour meter shows a little over 1000 hours. Im not being super generator knowledgeable is this a lot of hours on a unit? Not sure how long this will last. I know this varies on maintance but Im curious as to what is a lot and what is not?
Im going to dig in and see what i can do about getting this lit off on the proper fuel.
I did get every manual Onan makes for this..... install, parts, operators, and service. So Im hoping this can hold most of the answers for me.
Any help would be appreciated.