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Old 10-14-2018, 09:46 AM   #1
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Suspension air dump issue

This is on a 2001 HR Endeavor 38 PBD. I have found the dump valve for the front suspension is on the firewall in the generator compartment. But I cannot find the valve for the rear suspension. Can anyone enlighten me. The front dumps fine but not the rear. The only fuse I can find is in the fwd power compartment under the drivers window, 7.5 amp and it's fine.
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Mine has 2 for the rear and they are on the right side just left of the electrical panel.
That's in a 98 Dynasty
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Old 10-17-2018, 06:52 AM   #3
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This is on a 2001 HR Endeavor 38 PBD. I have found the dump valve for the front suspension is on the firewall in the generator compartment. But I cannot find the valve for the rear suspension. Can anyone enlighten me. The front dumps fine but not the rear. The only fuse I can find is in the fwd power compartment under the drivers window, 7.5 amp and it's fine.
They should be behind the radiator on the top of the main frame on each side, check for dirt dobers nest they can create problems in my area i put plastic screens with plastic tye wraps on all my vent hoses ect.
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On my 2005 Knight there are two MAC valves behind the air conditioner condenser (road side). You can access them by opening the cover and condenser using the "Barrel Key". They are mounted on the front bulkhead. I was checking them today!
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On my 2005 Knight there are two MAC valves behind the air conditioner condenser (road side). You can access them by opening the cover and condenser using the "Barrel Key". They are mounted on the front bulkhead. I was checking them today!
Nothing there. Only equipment in that compartment, besides the condenser, is the air dryer and hydraulic reservoir for the jacks.
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They should be behind the radiator on the top of the main frame on each side, check for dirt dobers nest they can create problems in my area i put plastic screens with plastic tye wraps on all my vent hoses ect.
I have opened the closet engine access and there is nothing on the radiator frame. Also opened the transmission access and don't see anything there either.
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I have opened the closet engine access and there is nothing on the radiator frame. Also opened the transmission access and don't see anything there either.
You will have to get under the coach and look on top of the frame behind the radiator , you cannot see it from inside of the coach.
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Nothing there. Only equipment in that compartment, besides the condenser, is the air dryer and hydraulic reservoir for the jacks.
The hydraulic reservoir and air dryer are located in this compartment. The MAC valves are mounted high up on the left hand bulkhead and partially obscured by the condenser connection.

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The hydraulic reservoir and air dryer are located in this compartment. The MAC valves are mounted high up on the left hand bulkhead and partially obscured by the condenser connection.

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Im not sure on the 01 dip but i know the 98 to 2000 dips they were on the main frame behind the radiator. Some of the 2000 and all of the 2001 Endeavors are the same as the Dips on the Roadmaster Chassis.
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