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Old 09-11-2014, 11:06 PM   #1
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Air System Schematics

I would like to have a schematic of the air system for my 2000 Diplomat. Does such a document(s) exist? If so, how can I obtain them?
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Is there anything in particular your looking for? It is pretty much a standard DOT air brake system Air Compressor to air dryer to wet tank primary and secondary tanks with a few check valves to isolate systems all brakes are on both primary and secondary air systems and receive unregulated system pressure. All leveling valves and Air horns and other accessories are isolated with a 70psi cut off so they only get air if the system is above 70psi. Rear brakes service valves are 5psi crack pressure fronts are 6 or 7. The parking brake should have a anti compounding valve. All the lines are color coded Red is primary green is secondary black is accessory.

It would help if you said what your looking for because the only drawings i have ever seen in any Monaco training are standard DOT drawings.
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1mainiac, it sounds like you know your stuff. I have an 05 Beaver with the RR8R, and I have a leak in a T fitting just upstream from the left rear airbag. This is where it crosses under the left frame rail and splits to go to both left bags. I would like to find out what this part is called, and where I can buy this fitting please.
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I have a drawing somewhere but cant find it, must be mislabeled but I will send what I can find on the air tanks.
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Old 09-12-2014, 02:40 PM   #5
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Air System Schematics

Austintec,

After finding that my local NAPA stores have almost nothing, I started ordering air brake parts from Zoro Tools. This is the online arm of Grainger and I have been pleased with their selection and service.

http://www.zoro.com/c/9266/

I prefer to use the quick connects like this

http://www.zoro.com/g/Tee/00047556/?category=9266

Check on RetailMeNot for Zoro Tools online coupon codes to save a little too.

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Thanks to each of you for your input. As on old OTR driver, I have a good understanding of how the air system works. I don't have a working understanding of how everything interacts within the Roadmaster chassis.

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