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Old 04-25-2012, 08:03 AM   #1
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Air Compressor Access - 2006 Fleetwood Expedition

Hey, all -

We just got a 2006 Fleetwood Expedition 38N, and I was wondering if anyone could tell me if it has access to the air compressor for a hose to put air in the tires, etc.?

The reason I'm asking rather than doing a more thorough search is that I suspect it might be behind the front access panel. That would normally be fine, but ours has a bra with about five million attachment points, so I was hoping someone could tell me before I have to undo that sucker! :-)

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GlenB 2005 Expedition my connect can be found by raising the front panel as you would to get to check your gen oil. Then up just to the left above the generator up on the wall you should see a fitting. Mine was a quick connect fitting. I had to go and buy a hose with the right fitting to fit into the connector that was there.....hope this helps
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I have a 05 Discovery and like the thread above, mine is also behind the front panel on the passenger side above the gen set. Also a quick disconnect and I had to buy the correct size mate and hose to use. Also have a bra but no big deal to remove and re-attach.
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Awesome! Thanks! That's just what I needed to know!
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Awesome! Thanks! That's just what I needed to know!
Anyone know where it would be on an 2007 charleston
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