Propane and elevation questions
So, we've made our way to Denver from NJ, by way of a reverse check mark down to Chattanooga TN, up through St Louis and across Kansas.
Checking my levels today and propane now has all
Lights on, where previously it never showed more than 2/3, which according to my dealer is all it will show due to the legal volume that a propane supplier can put in.
Is this just due to pressure differentials at the higher elevations? What if I go higher, is that going to be a problem? Is there something I'm supposed to do at higher elevations?
Silver 2014.5 Interstate EXT