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Old 08-10-2009, 05:54 PM   #1
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Have gone from gas Winnebago to Monaco dp. Have all ready wired Monaco for Jeep toad. What must I do other than have a air coupler to attach the Brakemaster 9060 aux braking system to the Monaco.

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Besides the air connection point on the MH, the only other part is the dash mounted indicator light. I had to run the wire from the hitch area up through the wire looms to the dash. That can be quite a chore but no necessarily difficult.
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IF you plan to do the work yourself be sure the leveling jacks are down when you start working on the air side of things; just in case you dump any air the coach won't set down on you. The tap must be on the service side of the brakes so some one will need to push the brake pedal for you to verify the right side of the manifold to tap into the port. Let us know if we can be of any further assistance.
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