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Old 07-23-2016, 04:24 AM   #1
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Parking brake light

My parking break light never goes out. Air pressure builds up quickly. push in the yellow break button and coach will move easily but light still stays on. Any one else have this problem? Thanks for any help.

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There may be a air powered switch, right behind the yellow button, that controls the light.

It is small and usually no more then hand right. The new one should come with thread sealant already on it.

Pull the panel that holds the control, remove one wire, and see if the light goes out. If it does, unscrew the switch, take it to a truck parts shop or NAPA and pickup a new one.

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Thank you I will try that.
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The pressure switches that control parking brake and tank low pressure warning (total of three switches) are located in the front drivers side compartment on my coach. These are the three switches with wires attached in picture (toward the top). Disconnect the wires to see if light goes out. Large truck parts store carry these.

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