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Old 02-28-2008, 03:05 AM   #1
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Where are the drain lanyards located, I need to pull them, since its supposed to be done every 6 months. I looked all around the front wheel wells and couldn't see any thing that looked like a lanyard. Thanks all.
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Where are the drain lanyards located, I need to pull them, since its supposed to be done every 6 months. I looked all around the front wheel wells and couldn't see any thing that looked like a lanyard. Thanks all.
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Old 02-28-2008, 04:30 AM   #3
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Mine run from the air tanks through the chassis toward either side of the coach. Best bet is to get under there with a light and find the tanks and you will see the lanyards. Just a piece of wire cable with a loop on the end. Pulls the drain valve at an angle.
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Found them, pulled, just air came out, so system is working fine.
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On my Discovery the three wires were attached to the frame pass side top front. Tracked them back to this point. Thoughtful of Fleetwood! Nowhere in the documentation though. Go figger.
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