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  1. With the air filter off, and the pump running ( tank drain open), give the intake a little mist of good lube oil. Don't drown it, just let it inhale a little mist. You may not have a bad pressure switch. Just all the air in your aux tank leaking back through your compressor. The 'check valve', isn't really a one way check valve. It has a cracking pressure, which will open up the valve to equalize the pressure on either side. Yeah, I spent some time studying this system! Some think this 'check valve' was installed in the wrong place, but if everything is working properly, it works fin
  2. I haven't moved my check valve, but when my compressor started running more frequently than normal, I removed the valve and sprayed a little lube into it. I can now go days without the compressor starting.
  3. And there are some you don't want to watch! The plate with the flame sensor is meant to float. Seen one Youtube where the guy added washers to 'tighten' up the plate 🙄!
  4. With the slide fully extended, push down on the carpet at the two edges at the foot of the bed. If yours is the same as the newer models, with the slide extended, the bed box rollers should be about 3 or 4" from the foot edges of the bed. Should be able to reach the adjustment bolt with a 1/4" drive ratchet with 4" extension. CC/W raises rollers.
  5. What I would do in your case, and this is assuming your 02 is built like mine, is extend the slide, get a socket on the two floor rollers which will now be almost at the foot of the bed, and raise these two rollers up (CC/W) a couple of turns. Bring the slide in and see if the bottom gap has closed. To do it properly, you really should remove the panel under the bed, and slacken off the two bolts that attach the drive assembly to the big aluminum plate, then retighten them after you have made your adjustment. You probably won't ever completely stop the bed box leaving slight scuff ma
  6. When the slide is closed, does your paint lines (swirls or whatever) on the outside line up?
  7. Are you seeing any wood chips left on the carpet when you extend the slide?
  8. Looks like access to the adjustment nuts is about 1 1/4" above, and below the cutouts for the striker bolts, correct?
  9. If yours is the same as the newer models, with the slide extended, the bed box rollers should be about 3 or 4" from the foot edges of the bed. Should be able to reach the adjustment bolt with a 1/4" drive ratchet with 4" extension. CC/W raises rollers.
  10. One thing I found when adjusting my bed slide rollers, after installing aluminum plates under the bed frame, is, you can't raise those two rollers mounted to the floor, under the bed frame too much. It looks better with them cranked up, and doesn't leave skid marks on the carpet when the slide is out. Problem is, the whole assembly is like a backwards 'L'. You raise up the end of that L, the top tips back, and will contact the wall before the bottom will. An extra 1/4" on those rollers can mean the difference between the bottom of your slide wall sealing with the coach wall, or not, with the s
  11. Vice grips clamped way up at the top of shaft (so that any burs they make will never reach the seal). Then just turn the nut. The vice grips will turn until the handle gets wedged against something.
  12. Just ordered a replacement Sharp R1874TY. Finally went on 'sale' up here in B.C. $599.00 plus tax.
  13. I hear Stone Vos are decent 😉!
  14. Nope. Most of the part numbers listed in that thread are for shocks with an eye on the bottom, and stem on top. Your 2000 or 1999 chassis may require shocks with eye's on each end.
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