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There are 3 valve blocks, one in rear with the spare tire connected to the compressor, one to the rear of the right rear tire behind the plastic wheel well shroud and, one to the rear of the right front tire behind the plastic wheel well shroud.
Where can I find a schematic of the piping/tubing position on the valves blocks.
I think I could get by with some instruction as to what fitting should go where.
I can tell what pipe goes to the shock. I can tell what pipe comes from the air feed but do not know where they go on the valve block itself. The pipes are curved so they fit in one place only and I do not want to redo!
Please help this Disabled Veteran get his smooth ride back on the road.
Just a snap shot may do if the plastic pipes/fittings are viewable.
 

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Heres the Block at the Compressor.

EAS Compressor Reservoir Valve Block.jpg
 

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That is it! Thank you Mark C !!!
Now for the the other 2.
Are they available like this?
 

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Of course they are;
EAS Compressor Reservoir Valve Block2_Page_1.jpg
EAS Compressor Reservoir Valve Block2_Page_2.jpg
 

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Again Mark C. Thank you so very much! I have been looking for these drawing for a long long time. See if I ever let anyone touch McRanger ever again! I found some routing issues on the Block at the Compressor. It seems to do all It is supposed to now! I'm still thinking I should take a peek at the other two Blocks and make sure, but I don't think it would work as well as it does now.
By the way Mark C. thank you for your quick response to this. Now I can take McRanger to the Cary, NC LR dealer for airbag recall and brake line change out in the front end.

 

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Yeah, it seems that people swap the number 3 and 4 lines in the compressor image all the time and then the truck will either not rise properly, or won't lower at all when they replace or work on the compressor.
 
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