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Old 05-04-2014, 10:03 PM   #1
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Airbags not deflating after new tire install

After having new tires installed I stored the MH today and let air down like usual.

The air went down to zero, but the coach was still up.

I am wondering if there is a valve that was bypassed when the tires were changed and they forgot to reset.

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Did you blow down with the dump switch (the only way to deplete the air in the bags) or fan the brakes ? Dont think a tire changer would be fooling with the air sysrem.
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Did you blow down with the dump switch (the only way to deplete the air in the bags) or fan the brakes ? Dont think a tire changer would be fooling with the air sysrem.

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It's always good to use "cause and effect" when troubleshooting. And though the tire change may have nothing to do with your issue--it's always the first place to look. I do not know how your solenoid valves for your "air dump" are wired, but look for a reason that a wire has come loose, deactivating your air dump system. With everything quiet, listen for a faint "click" when you activate the air dump switch. If you do not hear it, your air dump solenoid valve is not being activated.

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