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Old 06-11-2016, 05:08 PM   #1
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Found that they were the originals installed when the trans was made and dated late 2007. They were supposed to be changed at 4 years and the rig is 6 years old now so I'm also guessing it's got the original TranSynd in it too.
Now the person doing the PDI said they didn't change the filters/fluid so I knew that. Next will be taking a fluid sample from the trans and sending it in.
During the PDI the worker told me he had lubed the U joints, nope that wasn't done.
Went to hook up my air line for the Brakemaster unit to the MH air and found an air line already installed but no fitting on the end so the line was just pushing air out rather than activating the disk brake on that side!
So, don't believe what they tell you at PDI.
Also found what looks to be a proportioning valve for the tag axle as well as another valve of some find with a broken wire. Will go get the manuals out (just put them away last night) and look up the broken wire.

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Sorry to hear the PDI and inspection wasn't done right. I think you need to either start all over and do it yourself or take it to someone you know will do what needs to be done and doesn't lie about what he did. As I have posted drive shaft service is important and for a lot of coaches with a tag axle even harder. Would travel with your coach until it has been inspected and is safe to travel in.
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