Compressor Inlet Temp sensor
05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #28
RE: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor
I don't think air is supposed to leak with engine off but could be wrong. Never did that before.
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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #29
RE: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor
Here's a pic of my solenoid and the screw/nut that was on part A of the solenoid. I removed the screw nut thing but now every time I shut off the trk air leaks out of tank 2 completely.


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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #30
RE: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor
then valve is bad if its leaking then. it should only let off a short small burst after you shutoff the key.


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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #31
RE: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor
(05-10-2020 )Lonestar10 Wrote:  then valve is bad if its leaking then. it should only let off a short small burst after you shutoff the key.

So, the screw nut is supposed to be off?
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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #32
RE: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor
yeah it has 3 ports 2 should have hoses 3rd should be open to atmosphere if it has 3 ports you plug 1 and have 2 hoses where is it suppose to blow the air pressure off to turn on the fan?


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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #33
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Tank 2 is the only one draining the air out when the key is off. Could that be because I'm bobtail? If I was connected I wonder if it would still leak with the key off, I'll find out tomm.
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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #34
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My prostar has no blocking plug in the solenoid. It has a supply line, and the line going to the fan clutch... other port is completely open.

When I shut key off, air is all the way up, and engine fan is already in neutral state,.. it takes several seconds for the ecm to shut down. When it does switch off, I can hear a distinct and sudden release of air from the fan solenoid for about 1 seconds or so when the solenoid is switched off and then it stops.

Every prostar that has ever been over here has been the same way.


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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #35
RE: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor
(05-10-2020 )Rawze Wrote:  My prostar has no blocking plug in the solenoid. It has a supply line, and the line going to the fan clutch... other port is completely open.

When I shut key off, air is all the way up, and engine fan is already in neutral state,.. it takes several seconds for the ecm to shut down. When it does switch off, I can hear a distinct and sudden release of air from the fan solenoid for about 1 seconds or so when the solenoid is switched off and then it stops.

Every prostar that has ever been over here has been the same way.

So, my solenoid probably needs to be replaced again, damn it.
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05-10-2020, (Subject: Compressor Inlet Temp sensor ) 
Post: #36
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So is port "B" in your pic the hose going to the fan clutch?
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