SLEEPER AC HELP

Discussion in 'Ask An Owner Operator' started by thecubantrucker, Sep 18, 2019.

  1. thecubantrucker

    thecubantrucker Light Load Member

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    ok guys 2002 freightliner century my ac in front working great so it was the rear one last night till I woke up and felt it not as cold I opened up the bunk the rear blower working fine I can hear it turn off and on when I hit the switch but theres no AC or anything coming out of the bunk air ducts any idea
     
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  3. Bakerman

    Bakerman Road Train Member

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    The sleeper will have its own expansion valve, you need to check that and make sure it’s working properly.
     
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  4. Espressolane

    Espressolane Road Train Member

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    No air flow from the vents? Or just not cold?
     
  5. truckdriver31

    truckdriver31 Road Train Member

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    check the ac lines under the cab. also check the drain tube. right rear corner. make sure the drain tube isnt stopped up. use your fingers to open the end of the rubber tube. you want it to drain like a hose. check to see if one ac line is hot too the touch and one is cold. this is with the ac on high. also check ac bunk filter on the box. after this is done. then its time to pay someone to put gauges on it. if the expansion valve is plugged. this will cause the problem also. but the first 3 things i would check is the lines and the rubber drain tube
     
  6. thecubantrucker

    thecubantrucker Light Load Member

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    thank guys it was loose cable I guess moved them around and working again
     
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