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    He didn't say its cheap. He said its not much more then just the filter.

    Get a kerosene torpedo heater. Tarp off as much as you can and blow heat under the whole truck back as far as the air tanks. Ifyou have water inthe lines the could be 100 blockages


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    Quote Originally Posted by walleye View Post
    I would probably just replace the whole air dryer,...It isn't much more money,....It seems the heating elements are made in china these days and prone to failure,....Might as well have the warranty with a new one...
    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant-Scream View Post
    Whole air dryer filter? Or the main air dryer system, because if your talking about the system, that isn't cheap like your saying....

    Yup the whole dryer,...I had problems with heating elements in the air dryer on my truck,....Because I had bought a new one they stood behind the warranty, Going so far as to not charge for a road service call when another heating element went out and they had to come out and bypass the dryer so I could get back to the shop,..He77 after that they even gave me the fittings so I could bypass the filter on the road to get it home and fix it if it happened again,.......At least I had a great local shop while I was at it,.......

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    Any Luck? Use a little propane torch to heat the dryer, tanks ,ect.... Just do not melt anything. That is what I do.

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