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Old 03-22-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
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Air Bags

I have a '95 Monaco Dynasty, my left front airbags are not inflating as much as the rest of the coachs' airbags, leaving my coach lop-sided in the front.
Does anyone know if that would be the air dump valve or the airbags?

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Old 03-22-2011, 08:11 PM   #2
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It could be a ride height valve gone bad or out of adjustment.

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You have two ride height air control valves at the back of the coach. One just inside each rear wheel. With the coach aired up, you should be able to look in over the rear wheel and see the ride height air valve for that wheel.

You have only one ride height air control valve at the front of the coach. It is directly above the front axle. The front valve controls the height of the front end only. It cannot control tip (one side higher than the other.)

If your front end is lower on one side than the other, then your back end must be also, and it is the rear ride height control valve that needs adjusting or replacing. If the ride height control valves are O.K., then your frame is bent, and with a Monaco Dynasty, I highly doubt that. I don't know what you could do to bend that frame.
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