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Old 06-19-2015, 05:22 PM   #11
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Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: Montana
Posts: 65
Year: 1990
Coachwork: happy camper RV repair
Chassis: international
Engine: 360 international
Rated Cap: 66 passenger
also the color of the line will be a tattle tall on most all buses the green is the primary tank, red is secondary and yellow is normally service as in anything not brake related that runs on air. so sense the line coming to the switch is red it would lead me to believe that its brake related as in low air warning most times a brake light switch is mounted closer to or on the brake treadle valve. and in most cases it has two wires as the ones in the brake treadle picture. on some newer buses they have a accelerator interlock for the wheel chair lift and when the doors are open but this is normally all done thru the engine computer via a electrical signal from the door switches.
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