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Old 01-30-2014, 02:37 PM   #1
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Rexhall Aerbus cruise control not working (new to group)

hey all, I have a 99 Rexhall Airbus that has a non operative cruise control. Since I'm not sure what all is involved in the mechanics of a cruise control, I thought I would query as to what are some of the possible reasons for it not to work. Any and all suggestions are appreciated, Brad
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Good luck with your problem.
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Old 01-30-2014, 03:01 PM   #4
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There is a whole lot involved in a CC operation..

There is the speed sensor
The brake sensor (Also known as the brake light switch)
The servo
The vacuum or pressure supply to the servo.

Given your description was "Don't work" Way too many options at this point.

As #5 says in the movie Short Circuit
INPUT, NEED MORE INPUT.
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Welcome. First off are any fuses blown? In addition to electrical could be vacuum line issue depending on the CC installed.
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Old 01-30-2014, 07:29 PM   #6
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Go to the REXHALL web page and ask about it. On there home page they have e-mail address for Rehall owners group. they have some tech files and you may be able to find a tip. safe travels... ed
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more info

the cruise control will not engage.
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Old 01-31-2014, 02:20 PM   #8
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What engine and chassis do you have?
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Old 01-31-2014, 05:35 PM   #9
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The chassis determines cruise control system. Coach mfg (Rexhall) only wires it into the battery system. So again what chassis and we can go from there
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the engine is a 6.8 gas Ford Triton v10, the chassis as I understand it is an F 350. Thanks for the replies.
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I don't believe Rexhall made an Airbus on a f350 chassis. A f350 chassis is normally used for Class C MH. If it is really a Class C then the entire front cab is Ford's and Rexhall doesn't do anything to the cruise control. We can walk through some of the stuff once we know exactly what type of chassis it has.
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3FCNF53S Are the first few digits of the VIN number. Not sure how to interpret it to determine what chassis it is built on, maybe somebody here will. Thanks, Brad
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When I purchased my 97 RexAir when it was 1 yr old the original owner told me the cruise control did not work. Before I took it in under warranty I did a little homework on the 2,000 mile journey home. Discovered it had 2 fuses for the cruise and one was blown. Replaced it and never had another problem with the cruise during the 10 years I owned it. Does your coach have 2 fuses? As I recall, there is one under the dash and one under the hood. Mine was on a Ford chassis.
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3FCNF53S
3FC - MEXICO FORD BASIC (Stripped) Chassis
N - Hydraulic Class 6: 19,501-26,000 pounds (brakes)
F53 - F-SERIES SUPER DUTY CLASS A MOTORHOME CHASSIS - Gas Only
S - 6.8 EFI-SOHC (W) V-10 Gasoline Ford 265-275

Above is for 2000 model year, could not find 1999

Check here: https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/vin-decoder/
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