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Old 09-25-2013, 09:02 PM   #1
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Air bags won't inflate

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I have plenty of air and no leaks but the suspension air won't inflate.
I called one tech and they came out and did not know what to do.
Stuck on The road.
I have tapped on the celinoids and valves and talked to frieghitliner and Fleetwood and nothing is helping so far. Need help

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Old 09-25-2013, 09:13 PM   #2
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Have you tried cycling the dump valve a few times? I assume it's all bags. You should have a Parker dump valve, you should be able to swap the solenoid coils from side to side and make it work.

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Is it a system that is dependent upon the jacks being fully retracted? Try extending them to fully deployed (Careful as it will raise the wheels off the ground) then do the all up and see if it triggers the sensor.
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Old 09-25-2013, 10:34 PM   #4
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If it is an HWH air bag system and you can level your coach with the air bags here's a trick to get you down the road. Inflat the air air bags manually in the leveling mode to a hight that approximates your normal ride hight. Then figure out which fuse controls the air bags and pull it out. If it stays up you can limp it in to a repair shop at a reasonable speed. When you get to the shop have them check the leveling valves. One or more of them maybe bad. Good Luck
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Old 09-26-2013, 03:39 AM   #5
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Is it a system that is dependent upon the jacks being fully retracted? Try extending them to fully deployed (Careful as it will raise the wheels off the ground) then do the all up and see if it triggers the sensor.
I have done that a couple of times now. I wonder if the trailer that I am towing is having an adverse effect on the jacks.
When under the coach and the hydraulics retracted fully I felt fluid still being surged through the lines. ? If they were fully retracted (as they look. Like they are) the pump should be silent.
I will. Disconnect the trailer and try again when it is light out.
Also will find the celinoid and push the buttons. That is the best descriptive note I have had on that today.
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