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Old 07-21-2011, 08:29 PM   #15
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What year and what chassis are we talking about here? Or at least what year/make/model of motorhome. Since its a 400 ISL, it's probably fairly recent, but it would be helpful to know for diagnostic purposes.
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Old 07-27-2011, 10:56 PM   #16
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Fixed it myself: The bolt for a turbo clamp, that holds the air-air hose for the turbo, had sheared. Had to replace the entire clamp (comes with a blot assembly attached). None of the diesel techs would pursue working on repairs because they could not access the engine compartment. The wood carpet covered panel would not lift for engine cover access. After much frustration waiting (three days), I bought an electric saw and cut through carpet and wood. After removing the engine covers, the separated hose was clearly visible.
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My PacBrake problem was on an ISL400. Black smoke, loss of power.
I didn't think any 400 ISL came with an exhaust brake, I know some 370's did however. Thought the 400's all had engine brakes.
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