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Old 06-29-2019, 04:47 PM   #1
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Default Air leak - 97 Tourmaster

We arrived ok at an rv park in San Antonio yesterday. When we got here I heard a hissing sound from the front and then got a low air warning. the front and read air gauges still show 60psi overnight. I tried to get someone to come to the park but all were too busy so we are arranging a tow on Monday to a local shop. Any ideas of what it is? The front is lower than the rear it looks like but we never use the levelers. When I start the engine, I can only get about 70psi on both gauges.
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We were able to drive it to the shop in San Antonio. the tow truck driver followed us. At running RPMs the pressure was normal even with the leak so the trip to the shop was normal.
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Could it have something to do with your air suspension? i had the same kind of problem that originated in the air suspension, but it self corrected. A local company that services transport trucks and busses watched it for 48 hours, but was unable to find anything when they inspected it. They told me that leaky valves in air suspension can sometimes be very hard to detect.
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Probably is. I left it running to show the shop manager the issue and he witnessed the leak himself. No word back on what it is.
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Best wishes for a quick, easy and inexpensive fix. Please let us know what you found.
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I had a leak on a front air bag. They replaced both as the other looked grim as well. Planning to pick it up next Wednesday in San Antonio.
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