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Eagle brake valve (E-6)

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Eagle brake valve (E-6)
Thu Sep 03, 2009 4:01 pm


I removed my E-6 valve (air dual brake valve) in order to make room for my AC Evaporator. I just reinstalled the valve and lost my markings for the port that the individual air lines attach to. I have the correct numbers on the air lines but am confused about air line # 34 & 14. On the Eagle Manual picture I am unable to tell which port connects with air line #34 or #14. I would like to know which of the two air lines is the closest to the floor board. If one of you could look under the valve and check, it would be very much appreciated. I sure don't want to hook up the air lines in reverse.
Ben
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Re: Eagle brake valve (E-6)
Thu Sep 03, 2009 5:27 pm


Hiya Ben,that be line # 34 leading to the Front tank pressure swich is the closest to the floor board should be a 90 fitting there,#14(rear tank low pressure switch)on the bottom straight into the body.Hope it helps,sorry for the wait ;)
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Re: Eagle brake valve (E-6)
Thu Sep 03, 2009 7:31 pm


Hi Van, thank you for the prompt response. I did not expect an answer so soon. Thank you again.
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