I just came back from a rugged 4 day trip to the Big Horns. The next day I got into the passenger's seat and was overcome by a very strong acrid air that brought on instant coughing. It was sort of like the time I mixed bleach with amonia. I'm thinking maybe battery acid but there is no damage under. Any ideas before I start pulling things apart?
Greg in Austin
2008 Ford 6.0PSD EB/E-PH SMB 4X4 Aluminess f/r bumpers (13.5mpg avg, 15mpg hwy) 52k miles [Texas McBeast]
2006 Toyota Prius (48 to 68 mpg) 120k miles [Penelope]
2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon (15 to 18 mpg) [Johnnie]
2012 Mitsubishi MiEV (no gas required) ($.50/day in electricity) [Evie] https://badge.facebook.com/badge/1232...3.32047100.png
Sounds like refrigerant smell. Seems strange that you smelled it after the rig was parked. I don’t actually know what is used these days for the refrigerator and I might be wrong but I would look into that. If your batteries are off gassing they should be warm. This happened to me when I was charging off shore power but the batteries got warm while driving also. With multiple batteries tied together it might be possible that a bad battery could “fight” the good ones and off gas while just sitting.
2006 Ford 6.0PSD EB-50/E-PH SMB 4X4 Rock Crawler Trailer