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Old 07-25-2021, 01:07 PM   #1
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Spartan MM LE chassis

I have just the right rear not airing up which I believe is the air valve behind tire. Any info would help if that’s the problem and do you need to remove tires?
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I think all MM chassis have 2 ride height valves in front, one in rear. IF you look near the center of the drawing you'll see an accumulator tank for the rear suspension.
Mine had water in it when we bought the MH, I opened the radiator petcock on bottom of tank and got about a cup of water out, never had any since I replaced the air dryer/desiccant filter though.
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I think all MM chassis have 2 ride height valves in front, one in rear. IF you look near the center of the drawing you'll see an accumulator tank for the rear suspension.
Mine had water in it when we bought the MH, I opened the radiator petcock on bottom of tank and got about a cup of water out, never had any since I replaced the air dryer/desiccant filter though.


I was thinking it had one on each rear wheel between frame and tire and one behind and between front tires. If it only has one in rear what would cause only one side to air up with no apparent leak?
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I suppose Fleetwood could've re-plumbed your air system differently. That drawing shows a LH and RH front right height valve and one rear ride height valve.
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I suppose Fleetwood could've re-plumbed your air system differently. That drawing shows a LH and RH front right height valve and one rear ride height valve.


Called Spartan today very nice technical help. My chassis which is Spartan/ fleetwood made chassis. It has a valve on each rear wheel and 1 valve on front. He told me to take arm loose work it up and down then try to air up. Replace if necessary. Rear air bag have some cracks so I’m going to go ahead and replace to save the future headache.
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