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Green pressure switch (auto Park) Rich 2-14-10  
The green pressure switch was removed and a fitting also came out with it.
Later on i found a spring laying on the ground. I kinda figured it came out when the fitting came out. I suspect this is part for check valve.
I cannot find the spring now as it popped out when putting the new switch back in. When i put the motor home in gear the pump runs and auto park light flashes off and on then it goes out, then comes back on and stays on.
98 Bounder on P30 frame.
Any answers would help

Re: Green pressure switch (auto Park) Rick Humphrey 2-14-10  
Replace the part it is safety related go to your local Chevy dealer and tell them it is a p-30 chassis of 1998
Re: Green pressure switch (auto Park) Rich 2-14-10  
I have replaced the green pressure swith with a brand new one already. need to know if the spring i lost is part of check valve system.
Re: Green pressure switch (auto Park) Rick Humphrey 2-14-10  
Oh sorry,we are talking about the drive line park brake. need to know if it was hydraulic or electronic. or you should be able to Google a p37 park brake, and it should show an image, it sounds like a hydraulic model
Re: Green pressure switch (auto Park) Rich 2-20-10  
Okay when replacing green pressure switch make sure the fitting stays in.
Behind the fitting is a spring and this spring serves as a check valve. Found mine missing and replaced with a spring and now my pump hardly ever runs anymore when it is in drive.
Re: Green pressure switch (auto Park) Rich 2-16-10  
It is hydraulic one.
Re: auto park Brad Soutar 7-19-10  
I have a 2000 damon daybreak with an auto park problem. The brake locked up and i had to diconect it under neith the unit. Im looking for where the switches and the resevoir tank are located to fix the problem. Any help will be appreceiated
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