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Old 03-27-2010, 03:00 PM   #1
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Newmar 4320 Front Suspension Air Leak.

I have a 2006 Newmar 4320 Diesel motorhome and have developed an air leak in the front suspension. There are three air tanks on the chasis and I have sprayed all of the visable connections with soapy water and found nothing. I can hear the air leak and it sounds like it is coming from above the tank that is running perpendicular to the chasis. There is no way of getting to this area without dropping at least one of the tanks running paralell to the chasis. Has anyone else come across this problem? If so, how did you fix it? Thanks for any help.

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Welcome Greg to irv2.
Here is a thread on discussion of air tank cables if you have them could one of them not be release enough so air is escaping from one of your tanks.
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Which Newmar and chassis do you have.
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I have a 2006 Newmar Dutch Star 4320 w/tag axle on a Spartan Mountain Master chasis.
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While I have a Freightliner chassis, I also had an air leak -- it was on the back of the air gauge which was cracked. Weird, but leaked badly. Apparently a number of these gauges had a problem according to the truck dealer who fixed it.

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