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Hey Todd --- I have a fuel injector question on my Cummins ISL --- would you mind calling when you get a chance -- Dale --561 578 7123 (ex American Eagle from a few years ago) Are you still teaching? Thought i saw you are doing an INFRAME -- or is that old news ??? ---thx
Mackwrench, I have the same coach as you and figured you might be able to help me out. My driver window has stopped working and I've narrowed it down to the motor. All the places I've tried can't cross reference the Bosch 9000016040. Have you ever run into this? Thought maybe a substitute, but not having luck finding one.
Thanks in advance,
I have a 1995 American Dream coach that we have owned since new. 3 weeks ago we replaced all 6 batteries and went camping with shore power hook ups . (We do use a surge protector ) no problems . Yesterday went into coach to get ready for another trip and everything completely dead. Can’t even start the coach , even when using the generator to help starting. This happened before also. And this is when we replaced all batteries since they were all 3 years old or so.Thought the batteries was the only issue then . But now 3 weeks later here we are again . Replace converter ?
Hello Todd. I have had occassional no start issues on my ISL which I Had thought was due to filters and algae. However I now think it is air. I just had the same no start on the road after only running one day on new filters. When I pull the secondary it is full. However today the primary was 2/3rds full of air. What is between the primary and secondary on an ISL. This is not CAPS like the ISC but I know there is a lift pump. Is that like the ISC's ??? Sounds like I have an air leak somewhere???
Trust things are good with you --- Dale
Hello Todd -- Let me know if you might be around/available to meet for a cup of coffee on Monday April 22nd in afternoon -- roughly somewhere in 1-3 PM time frame in your area.
Looks like we could easily pass through there on way to Huntsville Ala to meet an RV group.
Let me know your thoughts
It would be myself and wife, Su(no e) and two dogs.
talk soon Dale
Hey! We thought maybe you could help us! We bought a 1998 American Eagle on a Spartan chassis. There is an air valve on the firewall with two solenoids that supply air to the blue hoses which supply the front and rear air bags. We pulled the supply line and no air. We traced it back to the tank where it looks to be a pressure regulator. We took off the hose and no air was coming out of the regulator. We replaced it with a new regulator of the same brand and still no air coming out of the regulator. Spartan has it labeled on the schematics, that we got from Spartan as a safety valve - we don't know if that is the same thing. Is an air safety valve and a pressure regulator the same thing? Is a safety valve a one way valve so air can't bleed back into the tank? We think someone prior to us replaced it with this pressure valve and maybe it's the wrong part? We are going to call Spartan tomorrow but we saw you had helped others so we thought we'd see if you could help.
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- 1999 American Eagle
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