Service Brake?

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  1. K_D_Kaz

    K_D_Kaz Bobtail Member

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  3. JSanborn103

    JSanborn103 Medium Load Member

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    If it was the portion where the truck is running and youre timing how long it takes to build pressure, yes you need to hold the clutch. When the engine is off and youre testing the low air warning/waiting for the knobs to pop, you dont need to hold the clutch.
     
  4. JSanborn103

    JSanborn103 Medium Load Member

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    Why did he edit this thread and put a picture of a dog? Weird. You failed the test because you didnt follow instructions. Own up to it and try again
     
  5. Lonesome

    Lonesome Mr. Sarcasm

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    Obviously, not the answer he was seeking.....
     
  6. FozzyNOK

    FozzyNOK Road Train Member

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    I literally failed most of the people I tested on the in cab brake test
     
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