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Old 03-03-2016, 10:24 AM   #15
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So is that what the chiming is when I first start the coach up at times? Low air pressure? I have always been mystified as to what it was about. 2002 Magna
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Old 03-03-2016, 10:34 AM   #16
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OP here.

Yesterday's test. Air Pressure at 40 psi, engine running.

No warning chime but the warning dash lights were on.

So I need to explore further for the chimer when time permits.
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So is that what the chiming is when I first start the coach up at times? Low air pressure? I have always been mystified as to what it was about. 2002 Magna

My rig has a low oil pressure alarm at startup. Once pressure registers on the gauge, the alarm stops.
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Yesterday's test. Air Pressure at 40 psi, engine running.
No warning chime but the warning dash lights were on.
So I need to explore further for the chimer when time permits.
With the engine on, you should get the audio and visual alarms, both are required.
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