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Old 11-03-2021, 02:42 PM   #1
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Air Horn Solenoid Installation

Has anyone changed out their air horn solenoid that is in the compartment under the drivers seat? I am wondering how the air line come off the solenoid, both top and bottom. See picture of my solenoid below
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From the limited photo description it appears to be a John Guest or push to connect fitting. Very similar to a Sharkbite fitting. Search those options. There is a collet to push in and the tubing pulls out. I use a crescent wrench with the jaws spread slightly larger than the tube to push in the collet.

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