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Old 05-21-2018, 05:36 PM   #1
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Stranded ISL coolant leak - passenger side

Broken down in KY with a coolant leak waiting for a tow to Freightliner in Evansville, IN.

Found leak in metal tubing on passenger side of engine. Seems to be two pipes coming out of rectangular box - see pic. Lead towards front of coach.

Any ideas on what pipes are?
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Air compressor coolant lines. There's large grommets compressed in the fittings. Depends on accessibility to the other end of the tubes, on how easy of a repair it is. On a regular truck, it would take a hour to replace them.
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I agree with Caliber.

I also have to ask about the magnified area in the picture ; how was that taken ? Smart phone app?
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I agree with Caliber.



I also have to ask about the magnified area in the picture ; how was that taken ? Smart phone app?


Thanks for the info guys! Hopefully my tow will eventually get here...

Yes magnified area is a built in function on an iPhone.
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