Looking for Century Class Air Line diagram

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    Hello!

    Ouh! 2001 Century class with Bendix drier and no 4-way valve, just valves under front bumper....

    I need air distribution diagram, better with colors of tubes...

    Thanx for help!
     
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    sorrry to jump into thread.hey fyda,could i get a diagram of the air distribution manifold located behind the storage compartment,center of dash?just wanted to know what each pressure switch function is for.same vin# will do.thanks.again sorry for hijacking post.
     
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    first attachment is air piping schematic
    second attachment is for air maniold switch locations
     

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    Seems to me that is rignt I need

    Well! Id sticker:
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    Ouh yeah! seems to me this system was used on EU trucks in 80-90s. Modern system differs! I do not say about fulle electronically controlled systems like MAN ECAM, but now we have trucks with WABCO ore Knorr dryer and 4-way valve. Park brake valve differ too! Only one stick, additional valves inside trailer air couplings.

    to let you know what systems we use to work with, just look at this

    http://www.wabco.info/intl/scripts/download.php?from=/intl/ru/intl/pdf/815/00/15/8150100153.pdf

    It is brake system, air spring system is electronically controlled too.
     
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    Seems to me I have trailer problems. Wont releasing paek brake. Red coupling pressure is over 120 psi, but trailer park brake is applied. It is old Scmitz... looses air...

    well, I'll go on with it next week.. no I have weekend! Yauh! Party!
     
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    first attachment is for blend air system
    second is for old style water valve
     

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    MercerDriver Thanks this.
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