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Old 06-30-2013, 04:08 PM   #1
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Motorhome leans a little

We purchased a 2007 Damon Tuscany on a Freightliner Chassis, a few weeks ago, it only has 13,000 miles on it. It leans a little to the right, the tires have equal pressure, I noticed the air bag pressure is about 20 p.s.i. lower in the right gauge. Is the pressure combined right and left or front to back? Also is there an adjustment I can do to get the PSI reading the same,assuming the indication is correct. Thanks in advance for any help George

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Old 06-30-2013, 04:15 PM   #2
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I'm don't know about your chassis, but our older P32 has seperate air bags in the rear. Due to all appliances being on the right side, ours leaned also. Not alot, but was noticable going down the road. I now run 20psi more in the right air bag, (35/55) and it is much nicer to drive down the road...

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Old 06-30-2013, 04:32 PM   #3
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If you have an air bag suspension. the air bags are inflated and deflated by ride height adjusters. These air valves have a rod and lever that constantly monitor the distance between the axles and the frame. As you go around a curve, air is allowed into the low side air bag to correct lean. If the height adjuster is out of spec, you can get a lean. You'll need to take it to a Freightliner service center or get the measurements from Freightliner and adjust them yourself. There are usually at least 3, 2 in back and one in front.

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Old 06-30-2013, 05:16 PM   #4
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If you haven't done it yet you need to get a pw to accessfreightliner.com.

You should find all the adjustments up there for your vin number. You will have to use IE 8 or below to get on it. Check the requirements when you get there.
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