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Author Topic: First Problem with my Bus..  (Read 8127 times)
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« Reply #30 on: September 16, 2010, 08:29:56 AM »

She ROLLED overnight... The bus had been parked for several hours yesterday evening when I checked it last night before bed. The bus was still sitting in the same exact spot that I had parked it and air pressure had leaked down to about 60 psi. This morning I went out and checked it and air pressure was down to 0 psi and the bus had rolled forward several feet. I'm going to get some help and check out the brakes and service the dd-3's as Clifford suggested.

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