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Old 12-20-2010, 10:33 AM   #1
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park brake air can on a 2000

Hi can anyone please help me on were I can buy a new haldex park brake air can or have mine rebuilt. haldex number KSHR2PT03A00018. Also does anyone know the brand of the rear ride height valves.

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Old 12-20-2010, 01:52 PM   #2
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This is the rear valve I have on my coach. (Haldex Anchorlok Height Control Leveling Valve 90555105). Yours may be different depending on year of your coach. There is only one for the rear.
I have hydraulic release on my parking brake so I don't know about the air release can, however if you search the Forum this issue has come up before.
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Old 12-20-2010, 02:18 PM   #3
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Forget about having it rebuilt if it's for the parking brake that portion is not normally rebuilt as it's very dangerous to do so (replacing the spring) and the cost of the whole thing new is minimal. If you just need a diaphragm for the service or park brake application that's reasonable to replace.

Actually they are so inexpensive consider replacing them both if you broke the spring in either one of them.
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Old 12-29-2010, 08:32 PM   #4
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1) Welcome to iRV2, and hope to see you around a lot more.
2) you're looking for a truck brake parts house. That might also be a place w/service bays doing various truck work likes brakes & clutches. These outfits usually have bins of the refurb parts as well as pre-rebuilt and new parts. By clicking on your name & then "View Public Profile" I see you are in the Junction City, OR area. You can add this and your year/length/model of coach to your signature for easy reference for folks willing to suggest answers to questions here. There are numerous service outfits in the JC area who, if they don't sell parts direct can give you a referral. In the greater Sacramento, CA area I'd send you to Capitol Clutch & Brake in West Sac, but for JC OR, I'll defer to folks more local to that area.
3) I'm assuming you are referring to the air cylinder that actuates the park brake (I'd call the air reservoir ahead of and above the rear axle the air "can"). If the cylinder actuator isn't what you are having the issue with, disregard this post.
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