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GlennWest

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According to my DTNA Connect partsPro 6 diagrams, the switch that is on the receiver drier is the control switch to turn the fan on and off according to the pressures within the system.

The Hi/Lo switch to keep the compressor from engaging if either the pressures are too high or too low is near (about 8 " away) from the receiver drier on my truck, but being a cabover I am sure it is different than yours.

 

Click on the switch on the parts listing you are after, and that number will light up in red showing the position.

Jeff Beyer temporarily retired from Trailer Transit
2000 Freightliner Argosy Cabover
2008 Work and Play 34FK
Homebase NW Indiana, no longer full time

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In the Parts Pro 6 I didn't find the pressure switch. Don't see one on the truck either. Well believe I'll just run a hot wire to clutch on compressor and add freon. Hoping it all works and just got a leak somewhere.

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