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Old 07-11-2021, 03:57 PM   #1
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Location: Arkansas Ozark Foothills
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Year: 2002
Coachwork: BlueBird
Chassis: TC2000-8 Window
Engine: Cumm ISB/Allison 2000
Needing Air Brake Diagram for TC2000

So I've had my TC2000 for about 18 months and have it parked while doing my buildout. I typically start the bus every 2-8 weeks, move it forward and backward 20-80 feet and park again. The air pressure would usually get to about 125 psi and slowly drop to about 55 psi over a 3-4 day period. Seems OK to me.



I was doing my start and move procedure today, but noticed that the air pressure was not building. Shutdown the engine and restarted several times, but no air pressure.


So I need to start troubleshooting. I briefly looked around for an obvious hissing air leak and found none.



Anyone have information (pics, diagram) of the braking system on a TC2000? This seems like it will be good knowledge to keep on the dash pad computer.

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