Battery Sulfur Odor
I'm throwing this out as a thought because I have a persistent odor in my RV that I bought used. I tried all of the suggestions you good folks have recommended, including sewer gas, propane gas, holding tank remidies, 360 degree vents, clogged vent pipes, on and on. Just as a last effort I would like to throw out the possibility that the coach batteries are creating sufur gases that may be permeating the MH while it is sitting. Once I drive off, the odor disapates. Can the two up front coach batteries cause a real bad odor? I can't tell how old they are because the seller did not punch out the month and year from the label. Thanks.