Central Coast RV wants to be the one-stop source for all your RV care and service-related needs. As a Cummins Authorized Dealer and Service Center for Onan Generator service and support, we also sell Onan Generator systems, solar panels, and replacement parts to help maintain and prolong the lifespan and longevity of your rig.
ONAN GENERATOR & POWER SYSTEMS
THE STANDARD IN RV POWER
When you’ve been ready to hit the road in your RV, so have we. The Onan Generator is built to last — enabling peace of mind, no matter where your travels take you. And with the industry’s largest service network in the U.S. and Canada, help is always nearby. Central Coast RV keeps you moving with Onan Generator support.
GET GREEN & GET GOING
From small gasoline, LP-liquid or vapor solutions to larger diesel-powered models, there are Green Onan Generators that meet your RV’s needs. Let us advise you on what model best suits your needs and circumstances, be in for quick charges and travel, high portability, high energy consumption, or fuel efficiency.
A ONE-STOP SOURCE FOR ALL YOUR RV ONAN GENERATOR NEEDS
We’re here to help you from A to Z, beginning with the choosing and procurement of the ideal generator for you, all the way to maintenance tips, annual inspections, troubleshooting and problem solving, parts replacement, and much more. Some of our maintenance and care services include (but is not limited to):
- Onan gas generator
- Maintenance and service
- Replacement or new installation
- Mobile RV repairs
- Onan diesel generator
- We provide all manufacture regular recommended maintenance services
CUMMINS ONAN CERTIFIED & FACTORY-TRAINED RV TECHNICIANS
This means that our RV technicians are experienced in servicing Cummins Onan products and will ensure that the job is done right the first time. If you are buying a generator with us, we can guarantee that you will have a place to come to for maintenance and repairs that won’t trouble you with unnecessary guesswork, or superfluous replacement part troubleshooting.
RV TECHNICIAN TIPS
Like engines, generators don’t like being off for too long. Disuse invites moisture and potential damage over time. However, you can avoid that – and save yourself a little bit of maintenance – by running your generator every month for at least two hours under ½ load. This will help remove moisture and keep the generator lubricated.