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Old 08-13-2022, 10:21 AM   #1
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2007 Suncruiser 38T Engine AC Vacuum Hose Routing

I purchase this 2007 Suncruiser 38T RV used and am trying to troubleshoot the Engine / Dash AC.
Does any one have information on the vacuum hose routing? There seems to be one missing from the main canister ball that is getting vacuum from the engine.
I am not sure where it would go to.
The selector switch will not change from and the fan only works on high.
I think these are controlled by vacuum.
A diagram would be nice if is available.
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