this what i was thinking a pressure switch but theres one inline on the compressor..it has a spring in it and a plunger i think its a valve there small slits on the body that when energized the plunger moves allowin air to pass out slits everything else in the set up works but the down for the rear..im not sure just wanted some kind of input on someone who has seen these before..the compressor is huge and loud and says airlift company and fills like 12 gallons by itself..the cirle piece threads off .it was mounted they a hole..u remove ring slide body threw hole and tighten ring to mount.all 3 of the other valves are conveintal but this one...???any info or knowledge would help thanks...Originally posted by baggedout81@Feb 3 2010, 10:50 PM~16506356
Hum does that circle piece under the din turn at all?
it was used to dump not my truck.but i .was just tripping on how it dump out threw the little slits in the body..its a convential set up...Originally posted by matttatts@Feb 4 2010, 08:41 AM~16509086
hmm must be then, if like you say when pluged in the plunger moves.
if your down doesnt work then mabey this is what its for. if your running single port bags then it will need two valves on each bag. one from the tank to fill and one some place in line to vent the line into open air. providing this is your dump you will posibly need to get a Tjunkction so your line can still run back and forth aszwell as dump.
if you just bought the car or system and your not familiar with it then chase the line and see whats what.