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Old 09-17-2021, 04:47 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Vegas 24.1
State: Georgia
Posts: 190
THOR #21919
2021 and 2022 Axis/Vegas dash air conditioning SOLVED

For those with 2021 and 2022 Axis/Vegas dash air conditioning vents hot when you drive, I found a possible solution for you.

Have technicians clamp off one of the heater hoses at the water valve and then with engine at operating temp, increase engine rpm’s and monitor dash vent temp. If vent temp does not increase, the heater hoses are swapped at the water valve.

Let the engine completely cool off before you swap the heater hoses. Leak check with engine at operating temp. Enjoy your now functional air conditioning system.

- 2022 Vegas 24.1
- Former US Marine - 1988-1996
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