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Old 06-11-2014, 03:34 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by aquarltere View Post
Hi I do have a foot petal emergency brake, it actually never worked since I baught the rv. When I seen that the auto park light was on and noticed a drip mark going down my driveway I crawled under the rv a box under the middle of the rv was leaking that I was told holds a pump. I pretty much do all my own repairs and recently spen 2k on tires and was looking for a easy way out. Hopefully when I unbolt the cover on the box it may be a easy fix.
Sounds like you have TWO PB system to repair.

I'm sure Roger can help you learn how to fix the one that is dripping.

Again, email to: oldusedbear11@charter.net

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Update, I went under the rv and seen it had a driveshaft brake. The emergency brake and auto park are both hooked up using the same linkage, there is a pin to disconnect them individually. I took off the side of the metal box which holds the electric pump it seemed YES THE GREEN PRESSURE SWITCH WAS LEAKING ...I went to ebay $37.00 sw #15961566 for a 1994 p30 Workhorse it took 2 minutes to put it in IT WORKS '_'

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