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Old 07-12-2012, 07:27 PM   #1
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Air hose to back of gauge.

Started out today and had air blowing from under dash. Front air pressure dropped to zero. Pulled panel from top of dash and found air hose off back of dash. Connector would not go back on. i clamped off hose with vise gripps to get to campground. Will try NAPA tomorrow to see if they have fitting. Anyone have this problem and where did you find fitting? If all else fails, i will order from Monaco.
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Old 07-12-2012, 08:49 PM   #2
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Gene that hose must have been off the back of your air pressure gauge. There are two of them there, one from each tank. NAPA does have fittings that will work just fine, and they are press-in. Cut the end of the air line so it is flush and push it into the new fitting. While you have the dash open, put a little water-soap solution on both fittings with the engine running. If you see bubbles you have a leak.
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Old 07-18-2012, 09:11 AM   #3
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I hope i have finally found my $.20 part. Tried Monaco, Actia, several rv parts stores, NAPA and others. What did we do before Google. For small air connections try Poweraire.com. Will continue after the parts arrive. I ordered several at that price. With spares should never have problem again.
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