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Old 09-25-2017, 12:54 PM   #1
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Stranded no air

89 Country Coach concept 6v92. I pulled over at my buddies place to fill up the fresh water and sprayed down from Golf that was in the engine area. Jump back in the coach no gas pedal . It's operated by ear. Pump the brakes to take more air out of the system and it will not refill. Any idea why I'm not building air pressure
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It seems like the compressors maybe not working. Is there anything I could've done by spraying it with water or is that just a coincidence I clean the engine bay just before this happened
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Old 09-25-2017, 01:51 PM   #3
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when mine did that it was the governor, simple to change

It is a D2 bendix I believe
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I picked one up and will be trying it in the a.
Thanks for the response
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Old 09-25-2017, 10:58 PM   #5
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I bought a spare D2 after Cntrylife had that happen to him and carry it with me. Apparently not too uncommon to fail and the part is not expensive.
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just do the lines one at a time so you don't get them switched. Its dark and hard when your standing in your bed on top of a motor bent over in an unholy position

It can be done, if you have not changed your air dryer filter you should put that on the list
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just do the lines one at a time so you don't get them switched. Its dark and hard when your standing in your bed on top of a motor bent over in an unholy position

It can be done, if you have not changed your air dryer filter you should put that on the list
I got he Gov changed. It was in a hard spot. I have no access from the bedroom. Had to do it laying under the coach reaching up going by feel only. Wow, what a job. It did work and I am no longer stranded on the side of the road. Thanks to everyone that tried to help. Next on the list is the air dryer.
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I got he Gov changed. It was in a hard spot. I have no access from the bedroom. Had to do it laying under the coach reaching up going by feel only. Wow, what a job. It did work and I am no longer stranded on the side of the road. Thanks to everyone that tried to help. Next on the list is the air dryer.
Always good to hear a happy ending...
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