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Old 09-05-2012, 04:54 PM   #1
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monaco pac brake trouble

my pac brake on my 330 hp cummins, 2000 monaco windsor, is not working. it works when power is sent to the silonoid and the relays are working and the foot switch is working but stil no brake, anyone got any ideas as the local deisel mechanic in my area is at a loss to sort this out after 4 hours.

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Old 09-05-2012, 05:31 PM   #2
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possible solution

I'm not sure if this will help you but I had a situation where the same thing went on. My mechanic gave up. He changed the pac break, selenoid, put in a heat shield around the selenoid. He went through all the wiring but insisted the relays were working since we changed them. I changed the relays on my own and solved the problem for a short period of time. I later found a small water leak in the back of the cabinet that houses all the electronics which caused moisture to get into the relays each time it rained or ac run off down the back. Got rid of the leak with some silicone and changed the 3 X$1.79 relays again and never had the issue again. $5000 covered by xtra ride, and I found the problem 4 months later for a $8 fix

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Old 01-24-2013, 04:49 PM   #3
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On my 1997 American Eagle when activating the pac brake it immediately shifts down to 4th gear. This over revs the engine for a moment. It does not permit me to use the pac brake in 5th gear. Can this be reprogrammed to permit me to make my own selection of gears when activating the Pac Brake?
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