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Old 09-05-2016, 11:19 PM   #15
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It does have auto air level which is part of the new problem. It only raises the front 1-2 inches from ride height. Basically won't level.


If these are the correct bags I don't see how they could raise the coach higher then ride height as the originals did. Hoping Tollson Freightline can figure it out on Wednesdays appt.
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Birdhunter,,

It does have auto air level which is part of the new problem. It only raises the front 1-2 inches from ride height. Basically won't level.


If these are the correct bags I don't see how they could raise the coach higher then ride height as the originals did. Hoping Tollson Freightline can figure it out on Wednesdays appt.
Well then they could be too short since the leveling system takes the ride height valve out of the picture. Could also be something in the leveling system.
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Well, after 9 weeks in two shops the front bags were correct. Firestone #8195 for the front bags. Traced back three numbers from Holland 90557256. The issue was the HWH air manafold and other leaks in the system. After locating parts from Cummings, the valves were rebuilt and new O rings. Hope to pick it up tomorrow. It's unfortunate that Freightliner in San Diego sent me down the road without checking the system. They actually had the coach 3"-4" out of level at ride height in addition to several leaks that weren't there before(?). The system could not level as a result of leaking too much air. Although it drove fine at ride height. Freightliner San Diego should not be working on motor homes IMHO. Kirk at Tollson Freightliner has been very knowledgeable about HWH. I'm hoping to have found a good shop here in the Phoenix area. An expensive and frustrating experience to say the least.
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