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Old 07-16-2010, 10:25 AM   #1
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Air dryer, What air dryer!

Like a few others I discovered I had a air dryer!, the hard way. On a trip back the air dryer just quit letting air through. Have my new one setting here but can' find the valves to purge the tank. 1999 tradewinds 7370 300 Cat
Need help on location of tank and valves.
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Old 07-16-2010, 08:59 PM   #2
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joec: The air tanks are forward under the front axel. I have a 2000 tradewinds so the two should be the same. There are three lanyards to pull to evacuate the tanks. The air dryer is back by the rear axel, drivers side. You can go on line to Haldex and get instructions how to change the two filters involved with the air dryer.
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Thanks, I have the new dryer mounted. You would think an air tank would be easy to spot But I have been looking more to the rear so today I will check the front.
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Thanks again, I found two tanks up by front axle each with lanyards. also one tank back by rear axle with no lanyard.
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