Idoc57 Posted July 9, 2022 Share Posted July 9, 2022 OK guys, here's my dilemma. The manual for my 2006 Cayman 37PBD with a 5.9 ISB, clearly states that my coach has a PACBRAKE with a couple of pretty pictures of the unit and all the info on how to maintain (lubricate) it. I have read on another forum that the 2006 ISB did not come with a PB because they were all outfitted with a Variable Geometry Turbo which handles the exhaust braking task just as well, and as a bonus, it does not need periodic lubrication as the PB does. I spoke with a man on the phone yesterday who is very well versed in all things Monaco. He told me in no uncertain terms that my MH would not have a VGT, but rather a PB. He told me that it would be located on the topside of the engine, exhaust side next to the valve cover. I went over this AM to look at it and here is what I found. (see pics) I am pretty sure that if it had a PB, it would be located between the exhaust side of the turbo and the muffler (probably right next to the turbo). If it is there, I am not seeing it. So, my question to you guys, who are a lot more knowledgeable than I am, is am I missing it? And if it is not there, is it a given that my engine has a VGT? Thank you for taking your time and sharing your knowledge to help me out! Carey Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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