Should I buy this LS swapped Winnebago?

sp00n155

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Verify you have a block to frame ground and it isn't green and crusty. The coil testing mentioned already itt is a good move. Check fuel pressure. Check the injectors. If all those check out you need to start testing compression
 

yonson

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Alright, I need somebody with LS knowledge to help me. I can’t get rid of this hesitation, sputter, misfire bullshit. I’ve done the following… and maybe more that I’m forgetting. Fuel trim on B1 is still high. B2 is normal. Only code on the last test drive after most of these changes was for a random misfire.
Compression is good
New intake manifold gaskets
Cleaned MAF
New plugs
New wires
Checked for vacuum leaks, plugged EGR correctly to fix leak
New O2 sensor on B1, it was throwing heater code
Swapped coil packs side to side

I was hoping to take this thing this weekend, but it’s not looking good. Pretty much have 1 afternoon left to get parts.

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What are the ST and LT trims at idle?

Do you have HP Tuners?
 
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skeletor25rs

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What are the ST and LT trims at idle?

Do you have HP Tuners?
B1 ST is around 45%, LT 25%
B2 ST bounces between low positive to low negative numbers, LT close to zero.

No, I’m taking it back to a tuner after I get it running better… hopefully.
 
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yonson

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B1 ST is around 45%, LT 25%
B2 ST bounces between low positive to low negative numbers, LT close to zero.

No, I’m taking it back to a tuner after I get it running better… hopefully.
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Those are insane trims on bank 1, if they are + that's adding a ton of fuel. It's possible you have an injector or 2 that are clogged, not working etc... The are most likely plugged in or you'd get a code for that.
 
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Nikuk

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I may just go grab all new injectors.
I’ll have a ton of spare parts after all these fixes that haven’t fixed anything.:rofl:
I haven't paid enough attention to this thread to know...

what injectors are you running / do you need?

I have a set of low mile takoffs 12613411 if you can use em. I've got 80# injectors now.
 
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skeletor25rs

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I haven't paid enough attention to this thread to know...

what injectors are you running / do you need?

I have a set of low mile takoffs 12613411 if you can use em. I've got 80# injectors now.
Whatever the factory ones are for a 2000 6.0L. I don’t have the part number yet. I may try to find a place to clean these. Pretty sure #1 and #7 are clogged up.
 
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skeletor25rs

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you can pull them, open them with a 9v battery, and spray em out with air.

i'd do some troubleshooting before wasting money though
Yeah, after pricing them I’m looking at cleaning them/having them cleaned.
Thanks for the tip.
 
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skeletor25rs

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Sooooooo much better!
I’m not saying it’s perfect, but I think it’s good enough to take this weekend and then get it to the tuner next week. Still stumbles a little at the top of the revs before it shifts, but I can minimize that by keeping my foot out of it a little bit. Idles and revs smooth and isn’t throwing misfire codes.
Thanks for the help, suggestions, and doubt. :bigthumb:
 

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Nice!

The tuner may be able to fix that stumble. Or it'll work itself out eventually having clean injectors
 
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Mazy D.

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these showers/toilets are not built for an average American
do fat people not buy RVs?
 
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skeletor25rs

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Next is figuring out the power steering whine.
these showers/toilets are not built for an average American
do fat people not buy RVs?
The fat doesn’t run in my, or my wife’s, family. Future upgrade is a hot water heater that works, so we haven’t done any showering in there. We keep the ice chest in the shower.:rofl:
 
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