Hi Rick, thanks for the information. I need to check for some leak too because
I have the same problem or maybe is anotherB than Bill. My battery is dead
with my cut-out switch
off. Probably is the battery but checking for some leak is not a bad idea.
--- El mar 18-nov-08, Rick at High Tech Coatings <email@example.com>
De: Rick at High Tech Coatings <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Asunto: Re: [Bricklin] Compressor system
A: "bl" <email@example.com>
Fecha: martes, 18 noviembre, 2008, 5:20 am
My switch is a 85-100, but the compressor I use is only rated for 110 psi so
I like to keep it safe, I have 2 check valves one at about 18" from the
compressor and one more on the compressor side of the switch just before the
switch. I do not depend on the "built in" valve in the compressor. IF
another check valve let me know I found a deal on a box of 100 last time I
a car so I have about 90 left. A leak of 4 psi in 2 hours is very hard to
find, it could be anywhere including a fitting, one of the solenoid valves or
a porous line.
On 11/17/2008 11:46:46 PM, William J. Lawyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> I have Bricklin 1643. Recently I found the battery was dead in the
> car. Further investigation revealed the battery was fine, but was being
> drained by the compressor running when the car was shut off. (Yes, I
> have compressor cut-out switch over the front bumper, but I
> flipped it to OFF). It appears the system loses about 4 pounds of
> pressure in two hours. Here are my questions:
> 1) According to Bob Hoffman, the switch is supposed to activate the
> compressor at around 130 pounds, and turn it off at around 145 pounds.
> However the sensor on my machine is marked 100 - 130 pounds. When the
> tank is pressurized the doors work normally. I'd
> be interested to know
> what other Bricks use for the "on" and "off" pressures
for the compressor.
> 2) My local tech has checked for leaks and found none. But he and I
> would both like to have a diagram of the air circuit for the door
> system. We are particularly interested in knowing where the check valve
> is that prevents the pressurized tank from leaking back into the
> Any comments or assistance would be most welcome!
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