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Old 10-07-2014, 07:05 PM   #1
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VDC repair

having trouble with my front air gauge, believe my problem is cold solder jointsl in the vdc looking for information to repair such
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Old 10-10-2014, 12:53 PM   #3
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finally got the instructions on my computer. I don't have Word so had to get a friend to print. Thanks again!
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It would help if you provided more information such as the coach and chassis manufacturer. Also, are both gauges acting up or just one?

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I suggest you contact Freightliner with your serial number. I did and my problem was wiring harness in the dash. I have had them installed but have only driven a couple hundred miles with no problems. I have been having the problem for a couple years, people on this site have been very helpful and I have been following their advice. I sure hope the new harness fixed the problem and so far it looks like it did. I have a 2007 coach on a chassis built in 2006.
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