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Old 06-20-2013, 09:38 AM   #1
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Air Bags

The wife and I took the rig out for a drive this past weekend to run her up to temp and do a spring shakedown cruise. I parked the rig but didnt dump any air. I noticed last night that the top of the wheel well is even with the top of the tire, like when the levelers are down. Normal running, about 5-6 inches above the tires up front. However my levelers are up and I dont remember the coach sitting so low. I thought the air bags held the air until you put the levelers down and dump the system. Is this normal and I just havent been looking at the rv for awhile.
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Old 06-20-2013, 09:58 AM   #2
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The air bags will lose air by them selves over time. But in your situation, it seems that you are losing air more quickly than usual. I would run the coach and so that the air bags fill up and look at it again in a few days. If the same thing happens you may want to get it checked.
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Try running the coach till both air tanks are full. Turn the the power on to the jacks and press the raise all jacks button. - That should fill the bags.
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