? Not sure what you are commenting about...I don't remember posting anything about compressor quiting...I had on-board air installed last fall and except for a leak in one highpressure line we haven't found yet, it works great!
Hey I'm new here and quite sure how this all works for sure. As for your compressor just quiting. Especially during a period with it would be working, there may be a internal thermal overload inside your compressor that is "opening up" when it's in use. The only way that I can think of to rule out the lack of air (psi) is to install a small aftermarket pressure swithch in the output side of the air line and then run a 12volt pilot light thru that pressure switch which could be mounted on the dash which would inicate that you have air pressure. No light, no pressure in the air line. I hope this is useful.
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