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Old 11-14-2016
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Default No chassis heat or ac

Last year both systems where fine, but now all blowers work with no heat or cool air. I think they are two separate systems. Head scratcher! Do they run on one fuse? 91 WB.
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Kevin are you talking about the engine driven AC (dash air). In my coach there are valves to close and open the chassis heat loop in the engine compartment. The dash air just doesn't work well and it might be blowing the coldest air it can????
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Kevin are you talking about the engine driven AC (dash air). In my coach there are valves to close and open the chassis heat loop in the engine compartment. The dash air just doesn't work well and it might be blowing the coldest air it can????
Or your a/c, heat switches on the dash could be turned off
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Old 11-17-2016
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do you know exactly where the valves are?
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On my 91 wb the valve for heat is on the curb side above the front wheel. It's opened by the dash switch and heat control slider switch.
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also uses the two gate valves in the engine room. Dennis do you know where to look for them, my Cat is different from Deetroit, dont know what model Kevins '91 is? These have to be open if you want engine heat at the dashboard.
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I didn't know we were talking about a sp. I would look near the water pump for the valves. One my 91 wb the gate vales were striped out I replaced them with ball valves.
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I got the heat working, does anyone know where the propane manual shut off is? and is there a chassis air shut off valve? Still no chassis air but the blower turns on. 91 WB
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Propane shut off on mine is on the propane tank. No of no shut off for the chassis AIR.
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[QUOTE=Kevin Brown;368254]I got the heat working, does anyone know where the propane manual shut off is? and is there a chassis air shut off valve? Still no chassis air but the blower turns on. 91 WB[/QUote

what do you mean chassis air shut off? are you talking about the air suspension/brake systems???
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