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Where is switch for low air buzzer

Low air buzzer does not come on. where is switch and buzzer located?

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  • Dick Berganini Jan 21, 2013

    Vehicle is Peterbilt, model 357. Buzzer doesn't work and I suspect switch.

  • Dick Berganini Jan 21, 2013

    Low air buzzer does not come on. where is switch and buzzer located? Vehicle is Peterbilt, model 357. Buzzer doesn't work and I suspect switch

  • Dick Berganini Nov 16, 2013

    It's on the floor behind the cover panel just to the left of the steering column

  • Dick Berganini Nov 16, 2013

    It's on the floor behind the cover panel just to the left of the steering column



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