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Old 03-06-2008, 07:53 AM   #1
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I have a 2004 Pace Arrow on the W22 chassis. While changing the air filter today I spotted a loose 2-wire yellow connector labeled CLNT VOL LVL. I am guessing this means "coolant volume level" I find no place to connect at the coolant reservoir, but noticed in the owners manual that on the diesel engine the coolant level is monitored. Can anyone tell me what this connector is for. Also, would someone give me the phone number for customer service. Thank you.
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I have a 2004 Pace Arrow on the W22 chassis. While changing the air filter today I spotted a loose 2-wire yellow connector labeled CLNT VOL LVL. I am guessing this means "coolant volume level" I find no place to connect at the coolant reservoir, but noticed in the owners manual that on the diesel engine the coolant level is monitored. Can anyone tell me what this connector is for. Also, would someone give me the phone number for customer service. Thank you.
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I have the same wires. Others have asked this question on here too and it seems some builders don't use this option.
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Thank You Strearman. I appreciate the information.
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