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Old 05-05-2019, 01:12 PM   #1
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2001 Monaco Windsor ride height valve

I have a question as to why my ride height valve in the front always seems to be discharging air? You can pull up on the rod and it stops for a few seconds but then begins discharging seconds later

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Old 05-05-2019, 01:49 PM   #2
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Hi F7nsnp12; Wow, another 34' Windsor owner like ours. Not to many out there with 01-34' Windsor's. You should not be able to pull up on the rod much as it is attached to the front axle. You might be able to move the arm attached to the top of the rod from the valve, but still should not move much. The rubber links at the top and bottom of the rod should not allow much movement. Is the valve centered in the body. You use a 1/8 inch drill to line up the 2 holes in the valve and body to make sure the valve is centered. Look in section 10 in the owners manual and you will find info on adjusting ride height along with some diagrams. If no owners manual go to Monaco's web site and at the bottom of the page is a link to the owners manual online. This is the first thing I would check. For some reason the valve could be bad. Not sure. Lots of owners here to help. Let us know what you find and good luck with the info I have provided.

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Old 05-07-2019, 09:07 PM   #3
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Yup a 34’ was looking for something smaller with larger motor for pulling a enclosed trailer. Works great. Ride height leveling valve tested fine. Ended up tracing it down to the raise solenoid on the 6 pack manifold was hanging open on the drivers side constantly flowing air while in travel mode. Put the new cylinder into the manifold after removing them all and cleaning the corrosion of the block and replaced orings. Works good now
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