Freightliner warning buzzer
It was pulled from a Freightliner semi truck. Fits various makes and models. The part number is This buzzer is in good working condition. Run this video clip to hear the type of sound this buzzer makes. Please see photos. Questions welcome. Thanks for looking. I accept PayPal only. You can use any major credit card through PayPal. The process is fast, easy and secure.
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Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.By luv2travJuly 25, in Leveling. We have an 07 Monaco Cayman. We have been having a problem with the jacks down alarm. This happened as we were driving down the interstate a couple of years ago.
The jacks were up but the alarm kept sounding. The dealer said that everything was fine and we didn't have any further problem until now. We retract the jacks and visually they seem to be all the way up. As soon as we put the coach into drive the alarm starts going off. It is quite nerve wracking.
Anybody have any ideas as to what the problem could be? And have you confirmed visually that all the jacks are indeed fully stowed no shiny piston showing? The reason I ask, the HWH jacks on our coach will do that if I turn them off after the jacks initially come up and the alarm goes off vs the correct way of letting the system turn itself off. Letting it turn itself off allows a few minutes for all the extra fluid in those long lines to the back jacks to bleed back into the reservoir.
Turning it off with the switch can trap extra fluid in the lines causing the alarm to trigger. My previous MH - a Winn.
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A problem with any Monaco jacks is that the level of hydraulic fluid in the reservoir gets low and the alarm goes off.
Not really a big problem, as there is always a very slight leakage every time the jacks are extended. Just locate the reservoir and top off with hydraulic jack fluid available at almost any auto supple store. The level does not have to drop much to cause the alarm, on mine only a cup or two. Near the top of the fluid reservoir, there is a fluid level switch.
The fluid level must touch that switch before the jacks down light will go off. My system uses dexron auto trans fluid. Your owners manual will specify what type of fluid your system uses.Forums New posts Search forums. Media New media New comments Search media. Resources Latest reviews Search resources. Log in Register.
My low pressure warning press. Yesterday I replaced the govenor and switch on my bendix compressor, today I'm clueless. Racer X 69 Member. So let me see if I got this right. If the key is onthe engine is running and you pump the pedal to bleed the air down to check the low pressure warning buzzer it works like it should, right?
1989 Freightliner low air buzzer
If so, this is normal function.By jodanJune 12, in Type A motorhomes. I have a Freightliner chassis Tiffin Pheaton, 40 ft. My Parking Brake Light comes on intermittently while driving down the road. The air pressure is good brakes do not engage. I have had this problem for about a year. The problem is more constant now, then intermittent and I need to fix it. The problem continues. I heard there is another type of switch located somewhere else.
Can someone tell me where it might be. I have called Gaffney and they told me it was probably something Tiffion hooked to it. I called Tiffin and they said they have nothing connected to that system. Please help. In addition to the brake warning light and buzzer, my driving lights turn off and on in unison with the brake warning light and buzzer.
A new development is that my electric slide outs 2 seem to be acting up in that I sometimes have to move the ignition switch on and off a couple times to get them to work.
I have seen several forums related to this problem but have never heard from anyone who had actually corrected it. The only item that comes to mind at this time is a common ground point, that is ether corroded or possibility loose.
Does the low air alarm come off and on when just setting or when it is moving? Or is there any other conditions that tend to affect the alarm? The alarm sounds while driving.
Any idea where that common ground would be? Carefully reach up under the dash and check to see that all connections are firmly engaged in their sockets.
Could happen. Thanks for your reply! Like Wayne mentioned one needs to look around and check connections. You might be able to get some wiring PDF files for your chassis from Freightliner. You will need the VIN number. Also check with Fleetwood, you will need the FIN number for the coach.
Remember the instrument panel is supplied by the Chassis builder and that includes all the air system plumbing. Things can get very confusing if your not into repairing things.
We are currently sitting at a RV Park in Albuquerque. The buzzer and light started immediately. I told him that I had changed the Low Pressure Switch with no change to the problem and that I thought it was an electrical problem, maybe a short or relay or something. He said they may be able to get it into the shop on the following Tuesday 14 June depending on how long it takes to fix the vehicles ahead of me. I honestly do not have much faith in their ability to find the problem and I can't imagine the cost.
I specifically chose a Freightliner Dealership because I wanted; it done right. I am just not comfortable with the way things are going.
Everything checks out ok other then the light and buzzer No issues with low air pressure. At first it was going on and off Now it just stays on and buzzes What do I need to check and is it something that I can check and or replace myself? Thanks in advance for help. Slo-Ride Veteran Expediter. Short of turning the radio up louder and putting a piece of tape over the light,your pretty much stuck with getting it fixed.
I just went thru this with my truck,it turned out to be the AMV located back by the drive axle and up on the frame rails. While looking up at it,You will see a set of valve blocks with air lines and wires,It was the valve located closest to the right side of the truck the last one in-line.
Fairly cheap to fix even if ya let freightliner do it as I did. Less then 1 hour labor for dealer to do it.Discussion in ' Freightliner Forum ' started by ChadwickAug 21, Log in or Sign up. Find Trucking Jobs. Aug 21, 1. It's got a small water pump leak that I can't really afford to fix, an it's just a day cab i'm only local right now, I just keep an eye on the water temp gauge and I add some water and coolant every week.
Anyways, last two times I drove it after awhile both times it happened as I took an exit and came to a stop the check engine light and oil light come on and buzzer. It did one time stop after I made a turn. Then came back on after 5 minutes. But anyways, is it a bad coolant sensor?
Is the oil light universal for the coolant as well? Just the CEL and oil jerry can light come on, no engine shut down light or anything. I'm assuming the coolant sensor is going out? Any help would be greatly appreaciated. Is there a way I can shut off the CEL buzzer after it comes on? It's annoying as hell. Hope I can get this fixed. ChadwickAug 21, Yes, let employers and TruckersReport text me with new opportunities, job alerts and other career information to the number I provided.
There is no charge for this service, but standard message and data rates may apply. Aug 21, 2. I'm not a mechanic, but I once owned a '94 FLD with a Detroit; a low coolant level resulted in the yellow 'check engine' coming on, and red 'stop engine' after about 30 sec; at no time did the oil pressure warning the red 'oil can' lamp come on.
The two in my truck were separate and unrelated. What does your oil pressure gauge read when the oil lamp lights? I assume you've verified the oil level on the dipstick. It could be an engine oil pressure problem, an oil pressure sensor, the lead to the oil pressure sensor grounding out somewhere or it could be the electronics in the light bar itself. Aug 21, 3. Aug 21, 4. I can't recall where the oil sensor was on my old 60 series; the Kysor light bar isn't built to be repaired, and can be expensive to replace it contains warning and shutdown circuitry as well as controls for signal lights.
With the age of the truck, you could be looking at a chafed spot in the wiring harness. Chadwick Thanks this.Flash codes Freightliner FLD (loud buzzer noise)
Aug 21, 5. Did a quick google search; the oil pressure and temp sensors should be on the driver's side of the engine block, to the rear above the bell housing and below the engine lift bracket if you have one.If we can't tunnel through the Earth, how do we know what's at its center? What evidence does Coutu use to support her claim that improvisation requires resilience.
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If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the conversation right now! If you still get the warning lights for low air, you're good. FMCSA only requires that some warning system be operational. Could be a short in the alarm system, could be that the valve which activates the alarm is stuck, could be because of moisture somewhere in the system Asked in Meteorology and Weather High air pressure in a freightliner?
Air pressure governor needs to be replaced. The air dryer blows out moisture it has collected. Asked in Tractors and Farm Equipment Where is the low air buzzer on a tractor trailer?
Behind the dash board. If the air bag warning light is on in your gauge cluster, that is indicating a fault with your SRS system airbag system Get it checked out.
There is a problem with the air bag system. Until it is fixed the light will remain on. Take it to a garage for repair. Who made the chassis doesn't really matter - what does matter is what motor you have in it. Asked in Commercial Vehicles How do you replace the air alarm buzzer on peterbilt?
You won't find one without the make and model of the engine.
Low air pressure warning sensor malfunctioning.
Or, you contact a Freightliner dealership with the last 8 digits of your VIN, and they can tell you the part number. The low air warning light is in indication the air compressor is not working or can't keep up with replenishing the air system. The red battery warning light is an indication the battery is not charging properly. Asked in Car Heaters When idling a freightliner the temp drops and the heater blows cold air what is wrong? You probably have a bad thermostat.
There is no key operated switch to disarm the air bag on the passenger side like there is in the F pickup truck. If the wiring is disconnected, the air bag warning light comes on steady, or flashes in the gauge cluster and a series of warning beeps are heard until the air bag system is repaired.
On a Ford Explorer : The air bag readiness warning light is located in the bottom area of the tachometer.