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Old 10-24-2017, 12:41 PM   #1
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Anyone know the location of the air compressor that drive my air horn on an 07 Coachman Cross Country 354 MBS? I think that's my problem with horn not working. Thanks
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Sorry I can't help with the question but wanted to say hello. Keep her between the ditches!

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If your rig has air brakes then the engine compressor, and air tanks are the source for the air.
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If your rig has air brakes then the engine compressor, and air tanks are the source for the air.
True, you can just follow the air lines to the tanks.
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Anyone know the location of the air compressor that drive my air horn on an 07 Coachman Cross Country 354 MBS? I think that's my problem with horn not working. Thanks
Did you check your solenoid ?
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As others have said, those horns are powered by the coach air. There is a air solenoid under the front hood, mounted on the right as you're looking in on the firewall. You can see the air lines coming in and another line going out and running upward toward the roof. Check that solenoid first as when you press the horn (with the air horn button on), you should have air there. If not sometimes you can take apart the solenoid and clean it. If the solenoid works and you can verify you have air going to the horns, you likely have bad diaphragms in the horns. Those are also replaceable.
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If your rig has air brakes then the engine compressor, and air tanks are the source for the air.
Thanks for the reply and verifying what I thought. I will start with trying to clean the valve. have a great day!
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If your rig has air brakes then the engine compressor, and air tanks are the source for the air.
Thanks for verifying my thoughts! Have a great day!
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