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General Repair / Diesel fuel water separator filter
Last post by Don Clemens -
I have a 2000 Magna #5854 with a Cat C10 engine.  The heating unit in the base of the fuel/water separator filter has failed.  Has anyone replaced this fuel heating unit?  I have called both Caterpiller (with engine serial number) and Winebago/Country Coach in Junction City, OR.  Caterpillar was unable to help me and Winebago has not gotten back to me.  I have attached two pictures. 
It is the circular black unit.

Thanks,
Don Clemens
2000 Magna #5854

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Chassis/Engine Repair / Re: HWH air compressor control wiring question
Last post by ctperformanceinc -
My compressor will come on when the Key is on but not when the key is off and with the HWH on.
I know the issue is the wire that's not connected needs to be hooked up the the Solenoid battery+ then go to the pressure switch then to Solenoid coil+. That will then turn on the compressor when the tank get to 60 psi and shut off around 90-100.
The wire that is not connected has 2ea ring terminals that match the size of the respective studs.

I would just fell more comfortable verifying this first.

If it was a normal coil connection I'd have done it but it has a circuit board on it with 3 wires that go to the other Solenoids and the HWH control.

I do have pictures I could post if I could...not sure how.



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Chassis/Engine Repair / Re: HWH air compressor control wiring question
Last post by Pfhays -
I assume when you say auxiliary air compressor you are describing the small air compressor in the forward bay under the driver's seat.  If this is the case, that compressor is only used to maintain the leveling system when you are parked.  After auto leveling, the HWH control system goes to sleep after the coach is leveled and then wakes up about once an hour and if needed activates the pump to relevel the coach.

For this repeating sequence to happen the HWH leveling system must be left on after it has gone through the initial automatic leveling sequence.

Are you using the HWH system to auto level the coach when you first park?  And if so, are you leaving the system turned on?
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Chassis/Engine Repair / HWH air compressor control wiring question
Last post by ctperformanceinc -
I'm trying to correct my wiring of the relay and related pressure switches that are all tied together for the Aux air compressor.

Anyone have any wiring diagrams or pictures of how this all gets wired? The CC binders are no help.

Mine only works with the key on so as it uses air overnight the compressor never turns on to keep the tank full. The wiring is disconnected from one pressure switch, I'm sure that's the issue.

Thanks