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 on: October 17, 2017, 07:58:51 PM 
Started by richard5933 - Last post by Iceni John
I had (past tense) a Sprague air-operated washer pump that defied all my attempts to fix it and make it work right.   It hissed, gurgled, bubbled, even squirted fluid back onto my foot from the push valve, but just couldn't move enough fluid onto the windshield to make any difference.   So, I replaced it with a cheapo electric pump from Pep Boys, and I modified a push-switch to accept the original Sprague knob.   It now looks original but works excellently.   So well, that I couldn't help but install a second pump, this one for some extra nozzles above the windshields!   I now have four nozzles (two fixed and two on the wiper arms) that DRENCH the windshield.   No more pathetic dribbles for me.


 on: October 17, 2017, 07:49:49 PM 
Started by Scott & Heather - Last post by Bill Gerrie
558 is a ground NOT 12 volts.

 on: October 17, 2017, 07:42:06 PM 
Started by lvmci - Last post by oltrunt
Mustangs?, Vetts?  I quit counting after 100 Carryalls (Suburbans).  I drove them, fixed them and sold them to buy another.  They were great for camping until we got old and lazy and had to have our creature comforts.  Still, hardly a 'Burb goes by that I don't give the once over.  I've always been a sucker for a pretty face!  Jack

 on: October 17, 2017, 07:33:29 PM 
Started by richard5933 - Last post by luvrbus
Those are a air diaphragm pump the reservoir are not pressurized,if you want to keep the air you can get the new style (turbine) pump from www.rometruckparts.com   

 on: October 17, 2017, 07:23:42 PM 
Started by richard5933 - Last post by richard5933
The pneumatic washer pump on our new 4108 doesn't seem to push washer fluid to the windshield. I hear air moving through the switch when I press the button and I think it's making it to the washer reservoir, but nothing is being pumped out.

Anyone have an idea if these things are worth repairing or if it's a more practical option to just replace with an electric pump?

If repair is possible, does this use a pressurized reservoir? If not, what's the basic way the thing works?



 on: October 17, 2017, 07:11:29 PM 
Started by lvmci - Last post by Dave5Cs
BK, I stand corrected. Why would anyone own 20 Mustangs, Now Vetts I can understand, LOL Grin

 on: October 17, 2017, 07:08:29 PM 
Started by JT4SC - Last post by richard5933
Biggest difference between chargers like the one you linked to and the more expensive ones is capacity. The one in your link will only do 6 amps normal charge. That will run a few lights in the house system and that's about it. I had a Progressive Dynamics 9270 with 70 amps output. You may not need 70, but odds are you'll need far more than 6.


 on: October 17, 2017, 06:54:54 PM 
Started by PP - Last post by luvrbus
Nope just take the 3 retainer bolts if they are there disconnect the 1/4 in line from the governor remove the big snap ring and pop the assembly out of the housing watch the snap ring it can bite,the heater will be marked.You can buy the rebuilt complete purge assembly for under a 100 bucks the last one I got from FinditParts  

 on: October 17, 2017, 06:49:09 PM 
Started by Scott & Heather - Last post by luvrbus
Yea but yours is a paddle not a rocker 

 on: October 17, 2017, 06:44:21 PM 
Started by Bigtop - Last post by PP
Welcome to the site but I can't see the photos either. Maybe this new wifi service is blocking my bus porn... Grin

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