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PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your PT or WB model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....list your PT Parts here too.

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Old 09-15-2012
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I think picture 3 shows part of it.
And Picture 4 may have a brass plug in it.
Take a pic of whatever has the plug in it,on top of the Gov housing.
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Shane,where are you?
We need pics!
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This first photo you can see the end of the air line plus the plug in the "box"

The other two show both sides of the device it seems to have been connected to.

Is this the throttle box?

It appears to have a cable connection to a bell crank of some sort. I most likely need to have the better half pull the silver handle then see if this moves. If so then this is the shut off.
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Thumbs up mystery air line

Hi Paul, if you shut off the diesel using the emergency shut down these pics may show you what you might be missing, there is a solenoid 12v that when the key is turned off is activated and as Randy said pushes on the fuel shutoff arm. The emerge cable you pull on will be on the end of that arm on top of the engine. i had to replace mine because of internal air leaks, long story will require campfire and at least two beers. The solenoids come with different strokes, pretty sure yours will be

air cylinder 12v
1617-04836-01

this number is for a KYSOR CADILLAC
This is what I used on mine, it is supplied with air from the solenoid and a power wire then the other lead goes to frame ground EASYPEASY.

I BOUGHT A SPARE WHEN I FOUND IT AND IT IS A 2 INCH STROKE. THUS THE PART # ENDS WITH 02.

if you can't find one you can have this two inch stoke and change your bracket or cut 1 inch off the 2 inch , but if you search using that part # pretty sure you will find it, think I paid maybe $20.00 for the one I am using, good luck. I am having a terrible time uploading photo's, just took the dogs for a long walk and still the first is not done yet, I am in a Verizon dead zone I think ,but am moving 100 miles tomorrow so will try to add photos, then.
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trying these pica again.
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The piece with the brass plug is the air shut off cylinder,on ours
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The piece with the brass plug is the air shut off cylinder,on ours
Ed is right,thats the shut off air cylinder,its rebuildable,it has an O-ring or two inside,no big deal.
Rebuild it first,then hook the air lines back up,it may be just fine!
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Now things are beginning to add up. So the round gizmo with the red tag in my first photo is the actuator? That I have to rebuild. Once done they I need to find an air source to feed the "red valve" plus I will have to sort out the wire connection.

My next guess is that the "red valve" is normally open. When the key is on it puts air pressure to the round gizmo with the red tag to hold it open to allow fuel to flow or ???. Now power the round gizmo with the red tag closes and interrupts the fuel flow.

More questions. In my first photo is the round black calendar happen to be the air operated throttle?

If correct I have another project for the list of fixes. I am still working on the interior and hope to have it more or less completed in the next few weeks. Then the next major job will be that radiator.
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I think its normally closed,when you turn on the switch key it allows air to go to the cylinder and that opens the fuel shutoff.
No,thats not right.
Its the air going to the cylinder that shuts the engine down.
Its late,and its been a few years!
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Paul,
You are welcome to come over and check mine out if that will help you!
And I mean my air shut off valve!
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