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Old 09-22-2016, 04:04 PM   #1
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Dash warning lights

Hi Folks, Got a question about my 1995 Country Coach Intrigue. I have two red lights just above the parking brake light on the dash, that want to stay on at all times! Can't fine any things about them in the books, anyone have any ideas what they are? Thanks in advance........
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How's your air pressure? I'd sure want to know what the lights are signaling before driving it! You might look under the dash and see how the lights are wired, might give you a clue as to what they signify.
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Primary and secondary air tank low pressure warning lights? Do you have an air pressure gauge showing tank pressures? It could be the low pressure sending units are bad if air pressures are above 80#. I wouldn't drive until correct air pressure is confirmed.

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