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Subject: Re: water in air system


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mbulriss
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Date Posted: 09/ 10/ 05, 2:50pm
In reply to: J B 's message, "Re: water in air system" on 08/ 27/ 05, 12:17pm

Missed the air tank portion of the question. Refer to the previous response's caution on blocking up the frame before proceeding. There should be three air tanks on your 90. There should be one each over the top of the grey and waste water tanks, and there should be another one over the front axle. That's where they are on my 83 PT. Have not crawled under my 91 yet. They all have drains on them that you have to get to from under the bus. Since draining the tanks removes all the air from the system, I say once again: the air suspension will drop and the bus will fall on you unless you use external jack stands or jacks to hold the frame up. Get the idea to stay safe?

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