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Old 07-18-2012, 04:19 PM   #1
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air diagram

have a 2004 42' dynasty. looking for a chassis air brake diagram. got a leak that's pretty fast but can not hear it. any quarks that i many look for
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Old 07-18-2012, 04:33 PM   #2
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I had that same problem once. Air kept going down and when I mentioned to my wife that I couldn't hear any leaks her response was " Are you for real? You mean you can't hear that racket I have been putting up with for a couple of day now?" I'm still not sure if she could actually hear it or if she was trying to shame me into getting my hearing checked!

I found my leak in a hose going to the air horns.
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thanks Big9 will check ........the Va just gave me $6,000 worth of hearning aids would that tick them off if i missed that.. thanks
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One my coach there was a electric over air valve that directed the air pressure to the horns. It was actually the valve that went bad (right where the hose connected) and was leaking. I only noticed the leak down when the coach sat for a day, and all of the air was gone from the tanks.

$6 grand for hearing aids? Maybe I will just keep on saying "What" for a while longer when ever she is talking!
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Matt, you may try going under the rig with it aired up, using a spray bottle of water and a little soap spray all your air lines and fittings. Check around the bags and valves. If you see bubbles forming up you have found the leak. Any good big truck repair shop will have the fittings to splice the lines if you find a split or hole. If its at a valve try a little tightning and see if that fixes it. Hope this helps. (The air lines on my rig are green and black plastic about 7/16 or so in size. Hope this will help you out.

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It's not unusual for us Seniors to not be able to hear some air leaks. I had a fleet of Class 8 trucks and for about the last five years had to have someone else do the checking before we sold out. Even with my $5500 Hearing aids still can't hear some leaks that border on huricane strength.
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