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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    Well, I changed out my seals on Left Front Hub, reinstalled, tested, found a crack in the metal line from hub to Hollow Lug Stud, brazed...
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    Lugnuts reacted to MrMikey4026's post in the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078 with Like Like.
    One of the best things I learned while working on my CTIS is that the controller is highly sensitive to system leaks on the controlled...
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    Lugnuts reacted to Ronmar's post in the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078 with Like Like.
    The pressure control unit is the manifold that the controller manipulates to control the system. It is located under the passenger...
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    Lugnuts reacted to MrMikey4026's post in the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078 with Like Like.
    I bought a stack of 10 of those seals on ebay, seems they were like 167$ no freight. That is like 16,70 each. Front and rear wheels are...
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    Lugnuts reacted to M1078MAN's post in the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078 with Like Like.
    You know whats wierd, when I saw that picture of the P# of the seal, it was like flashback..there was a pierod of time we could not get...
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    Call this space Computer Ineptness ie dangerous with the keys.
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    I got back to the issue of the leak on front left hub. I procedurally disassembled the tire, drum, removed the planetarium, and pulled...
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    Thank you. When I get back to it and reseal that hub I will continue on the quest. Until a later date. Lugnuts
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    Just catching up on what has evolved thus far: First I filled the air tanks and found the air switch that signifies to the CTIS...
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    Thank you. Just two question, what are you calling the modulator valve and what is the location of said valve. Lugnuts
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    Sounds like the smiley face is the voice of experience. Thanks again
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    You the man!!! This is one of those posts that will be around to help others for a long time. Thank you greatly and I'll let you know...
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    Lugnuts reacted to Ronmar's post in the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078 with Like Like.
    S is the air supply line in from the wet tank. D is the deflate port you will see a little pressure relief valve in that port. C...
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    Lugnuts replied to the thread Diagnosing CTIS M1078.
    Looking again for the assistance and guidance of Ronmar Sir, here is where I am. The first thing I proceeded with was to clean my wheel...
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