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Old 09-06-2011, 08:10 PM   #1
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Draining Air Tanks on a 2003 Allegro Bus

We just became the proud owners of a 2003 Allegro Bus 40TGP. I was wondering if someone would help me in finding the drain cock or lanyard to drain our air tanks.

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Old 09-07-2011, 05:01 AM   #2
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I found my halyards neatly coiled up and wire tied near the valve on each air tank. After snipping the wire ties I routed them through small holes in the frame rail to an area in the wheel well, where I secured them for future use.

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Not sure about your year but on mine in the front wheel wells...on the passengers side there are two lanyards in front toward the frame. On the drivers side one in the same position as passenger side.
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Mine is an '03 Fleetwood on a Freightliner Chassis. Both lanyards come thru the front fire wall and hang above the generator. You can follow them from the tanks and maybe find their ends. Good Luck.
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