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Old 04-24-2012, 07:33 PM   #1
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I do experience a problem whit the dash outlet air direction. The fan is blowing all the time in the windshield. No power going to the seleinoid to activate the vacuum pump?

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Old 04-24-2012, 11:12 PM   #2
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The windshield position is the default position when you have lost vacuum. Let us know the specs (brand, engine, tranny, etc) on your coach and we will be able to give you more help.

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The "public profile" indicates a Vacationer 34PDD which is a HR (Monaco) product. The Monaco site indicates it is a DP with ISB rear engine. Therefore it should have the little vacuum motor mounted on the outside front firewall..........
Do you hear the pump when turning ignition key to "on"? It should run for 15-20 seconds while building vacuum in the round softball sized accumulator. If not, is there 12 volts at one of the 2 wires going to the pump (fuse)? All vacuum lines connected? Leaks in vacuum lines"? This has been discussed here before and the pump can be easily found and is approx. $125.
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Old 04-26-2012, 07:18 PM   #4
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The "public profile" indicates a Vacationer 34PDD which is a HR (Monaco) product. The Monaco site indicates it is a DP with ISB rear engine. Therefore it should have the little vacuum motor mounted on the outside front firewall..........
Do you hear the pump when turning ignition key to "on"? It should run for 15-20 seconds while building vacuum in the round softball sized accumulator. If not, is there 12 volts at one of the 2 wires going to the pump (fuse)? All vacuum lines connected? Leaks in vacuum lines"? This has been discussed here before and the pump can be easily found and is approx. $125.
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No i dont hear the pump when turning the ignition. Is it possible like someone said it could be a problem relate to the replacement of my step cover board control?
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The windshield position is the default position when you have lost vacuum. Let us know the specs (brand, engine, tranny, etc) on your coach and we will be able to give you more help.

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Hi, could it be link whit the replacement of my step cover control board?

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