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I have attached the lab results from my 2006 C-9 along with a link to Blackstone labs explaining what the numbers mean.  Look at the Printable Gas/Diesel explanation. Hope this helps.

https://www.blackstone-labs.com/services/report-explanation/

Richard
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Anyone make sense of these numbers?

Other than "normal", it is Greek to me.
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Technical Support / Re: VMS-II information parameters
« Last post by Jeff Johnson on Today at 05:50:21 PM »
Eric and Mike thank you for the responses. I'll dig into it once I'm back with the coach.
Stay safe out there everyone.

Jeff
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Technical Support / Re: Fuel source for Hurricane Heater
« Last post by Lee Welbanks on Today at 05:45:25 AM »
Gerald, Yeah from the posts I figured that the fuel tank was not where you could get at it. I guess I'm spoiled as mine is in the first basement bay and all the way across with easy access to all the lines and fittings.
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Technical Support / Re: Fuel source for Hurricane Heater
« Last post by Gerald Farris on Today at 05:35:09 AM »
Lee,
The fuel tank on the 99 Marquis is located between the frame rails above the front axle. The only thing that is serviceable on the fuel tank without a major project is the fuel level sending unit that is in the side of the tank.

Gerald
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Technical Support / Re: Fuel source for Hurricane Heater
« Last post by Lee Welbanks on Today at 03:54:34 AM »
Bruce, Have you tried pinching off the fuel line before the filter and applying some air pressure to find out where the leak is? I assume from your posts that the fuel tank is not easy to get at?
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Technical Support / Re: VMS-II information parameters
« Last post by Mike Shumack on Today at 12:53:18 AM »
You wont have EGT but the other sensors you mentioned you listed should be getting pickup by the VMS.

If you cant get what you want with the Silver Leaf product, look into the Scan Gauge D"  https://www.scangauge.com/products/scangauge-d/
It plugs into the engine diagnostic connector and provides all the engine data available (displays 4 parameters at a time). it also reads/displays fault codes.

it's about the half the size as the VMS display and cost around $150.

EDIT - Eric beat me to the answer.
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Technical Support / Re: VMS-II information parameters
« Last post by Eric Maclean on Today at 12:51:02 AM »
Jeff that sounds like a programming issue
( I don't think the 3126B has an EGT sensor it just measures turbo boost and intake air temp)
The VMS should show you the same paramitters the old Magnum did.
I'd give them a call back and see if they can help you through it.
Good luck
Eric
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Technical Support / VMS-II information parameters
« Last post by Jeff Johnson on March 29, 2020, 11:44:56 PM »
Hello,
   I replaced the MAG ID with a VMS-II. I have lost a handful of display parameters that the VMS II calls out for but doesn't display: oil pressure, EGT, intake air temperature and one more that forgot to write down.
 Does the Cat 3126B  not pass 100% of it's information to the VMS II?  I believe the old MAG ID did supply this information. I can tell you that the VMS II is a huge leap in functionality compare to the MAG.
My hat is off to  Mark at Silverleaf and  John at Colaw RV Salvage for great customer service.
My coach is 2500 mile away from me so it will be a while before I can do any tests, FYI.

Thank you in an advance for all replies.
Jeff
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Technical Support / Re: Keyless Entry
« Last post by Jim Edwards on March 29, 2020, 03:51:21 PM »
In my 05 Monterey the keypad had an altitude was an issue, during a Colorado rally the keypad would not operate over about 8,000 ft. I replaced mine and I believe they are still available from the manufacturer (although now closed for covid 19)

https://www.keyless.com/ke-1700/
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