Honey Motorhome – Where is the Propane Tank?

Honey Motorhome – Where is the Propane Tank?

by Becky


Question: I am now the proud owner of a 1982 Chevy Van 30 Honey motorhome. I didn’t get very many manuals with it – one for the Chevy Van and for a few of the appliances. I have owned pull behind RVs, and the propane tanks were visible from the front. Please don’t laugh, but I have no idea where the propane tanks for this Honey are located. Please help!

Answer: Our suggestion is to look around in a compartment for a propane tank, or under the chassis. It is possible that you don’t actually have a propane tank – perhaps just an option to add one as an alternative to electric to power the fridge, water heater, furnace, etc. If you don’t have a gas stovetop, that may be a further indication that there is no propane tank.

We suggest you look for a forum of Honey motorhome owners for further insight. Also check the NADA site, since they list various 1982 Honey motorhomes- but they may not be the Chevy van version of Honey RVs.

We are also posting your question in the hopes an owner of the same type RV can help you out.

All the best! Please let us know the outcome.

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Aug 24, 2015

propane tank found

by: Anonymous

we found ours under drivers side chasis (1984)

Nov 23, 2014

Propane Tank

by: Anonymous

I just purchased an 85, Chevy chassis, Honey. There is a compartment on the right side, forward of the entry door. When you open it, there is a gauge, valve knob and I think a fill point for the built in tank. Hope this helps.

Jul 11, 2013

Propane Door

by: C. Byam

In my years of full timing I don’t think I have ever seen a motor home with a propane tank where the compartment door had a lock on it.You may look for a compartment door that doesn’t have a lock on it

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