Eaton CTIS PCU rebuild

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I am looking into rebuilding the PCU for my CTIS M936A2 wrecker. If this works I will be able to rebuild others if needed. I will keep you guys updated.
 

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I had the solenoid go out. I thought it was the valves so I cleaned them and replaced the o-rings. But the solenoid for the control vavle went out. I did an ohms test an it was open. I switched it with the deflate solenoid and I could inflate but not deflate. I purchased a solenoid pressure valve
From eBay and used just the solenoid. I wired it in and it's good as new now.
 

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Yes post any pics and detailed information, part numbers, etc that you can.
Post pics direct to Steel Soldiers site as links go dead eventually.
 
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