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Old 09-29-2008, 12:42 PM   #1
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Where is the air storage tank on an 08 34 FDDS? A thread from Nov 05 implies there is none. My Cummins compressor shuts off at 140 lbs so I can reach the 120 # for the rear tires. I think there is a tank because the compressor cycles off and on. The ON point is about 110 so I have to bleed the air to restart the compressor.
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Where is the air storage tank on an 08 34 FDDS? A thread from Nov 05 implies there is none. My Cummins compressor shuts off at 140 lbs so I can reach the 120 # for the rear tires. I think there is a tank because the compressor cycles off and on. The ON point is about 110 so I have to bleed the air to restart the compressor.
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The air tank is mounted on the chassis in front of the engine on my 2000 36FDS. The air line attachment in the engine service bay is also the air tank drain. I can see my tank by lifting up the engine hatch under the bed.
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Thanks, I will take a look.
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