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Old 03-08-2020, 01:13 PM   #15
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Try replacing the governor, cheap enough.

Your properly working air dryer is what's used to expel moisture before it gets to the tanks and lines.

If your old one was in bad shape, it probably wasn't doing the job.

If its warm, you want to open your 3 tank drains and let the accumulated water out. Then with a good air dryer, you should only need to check the tank drains once or twice a year.
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Old 03-08-2020, 01:14 PM   #16
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We just try to keep the moisture out. We replace the dissident filters and keep tanks drained of liquid. Compressor puts out hot air so that can create some condensation in the lines. But for the most part the systems do work. You should always have air flow from the wet tank to the governor then when it gets to what the governor is set at it unloads the compressor and send a signal to purge.
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Old 03-08-2020, 05:20 PM   #17
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Hey Guys I drained the Tanks and one has a solenoid on the drain Valve I guess there has to be a switch inside so I don't have to go underneath my MR, I end up draining a lot water , when I say a lot I mean I hold the drainer for about 2-3 minutes while it was spraying water all over, and with thoses freezing temperatures and bad AirDryer and I was starting engine every 3 days so the water probally was frozen in the I guess
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Good you got the water out. When that gets in the line to the governor it just freezes. Taking the governor and dryer purge out of play. So the compressor just blows off for protection.
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I Just ordered new Governor will replace tomorrow , kind Tough spot but looks like it's only 2 screws it should solve the problem Thanks
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Good you got the water out. When that gets in the line to the governor it just freezes. Taking the governor and dryer purge out of play. So the compressor just blows off for protection.
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Old 03-11-2020, 05:13 PM   #20
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Hey I want say Thanks for Everyone that took your time and left a message here trying to help, I got it fixed, was the Governor, a $18 part from Amazon who know how much would cost this to fix on a Diesel Shop, Something funny happened during my installation, I used my rear Jack power gear level to make some room so I can work, I know a lot people say it is not safe and they are no suppose to hold the weight but my MR is on the Grass had not choice, after my installation I broke on ground wire from the Hidraulic relay and when I start my MR no power on my Jacks I got in panic lol OMG I can't get a break but after chasing fuses and trying to find the solution I saw that back wired near where I was working loose and just re grounded back and Viola everything is back on.

Thanks Again Guys
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