Did mine last year. You may want to change the filter too, I do mine every year.
Thanks Chuck. I planned on changing the filter out at the same time. Any words of wisdom on the rebuild? Special tools needed? Did you do it on or off the coach?
Got back from a 1,600 mile four-day trip late Monday night. Yesterday morning, I noticed the coach suspension had lost its air. Starting the engine up, I started checking and could hear air coming out of the bottom of the air dryer back by the engine.
Here's pics of the side and underside of the dryer:
It looks like I need a repair kit which includes a purge valve, turbo saver valve & one way check valve. RV Chassis Parts (Spartan) has them here:
This looks reasonably straightforward, but I've never worked on this assembly before. Any words of advice before I start tearing things apart?
Thanks in advance.
1999 American Eagle
We travel in our DP motorhome with our 20-month-old daughter. I cut a piece of plywood that goes from the passenger seat to the dash and keeps her out of the stairwell, as well as away from the door. While we have a stair cover, it's pneumatic, so it won't continue to function after we're parked for any length of time. Plus that still gives her access to the door, and she's becoming quite adept at opening darn near anything. :) The plywood works great, and is easily stored behind the passenger seat when not in use.