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Old 05-28-2020, 01:27 PM   #1
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PacBrake Exhaust Brake

1997 Dynasty.

Does anyone know where the TK1 ABS Relay Box is located, see attached.

Or if the Foot Switch sends 12 VDC or Ground to the VIM ?

Problem is the wire on the PacBrake Air Solenoid is missing, trying to trace of find it.

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Old 09-23-2020, 06:44 PM   #2
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Just to close this post out.
Found my missing PacBrake wire and reconnected all is good. The TK-1 Relay on the Monaco Drawing is part of the Midland Grau ABS Brake Controller, it supplies 12VDC to activate the PacBrake. Other parts I was looking for; the VIM was located under the Allison Shifter along with the Allison Control Box.
I now know more about my coach, PacBrake, ABS and Allison.
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