Citaro facelift UK

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buttiebacon

Member
Feb 13, 2017
77
This keeps on happening on the Citaro facelift and facelift conversion on the bendy bus(one of the reasons why i don't like driving helvete's lhd citaro facelift) and it translates to "supply pressure too low" i assume it's for the brakes and i always receive it even i have revved the engine to achieve higher brake pressure(like on every other bus). So is there a quick solution to solve the break pressure problem?
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iomex

UKDT
Dec 10, 2015
1,351
It takes a long time for air to fully recharge from totally empty tanks. For some reason, these buses simulate the tanks being empty at first start. I guess continental buses have leaky doors?
 

Mikey

Howdy.
Feb 6, 2018
356
This keeps on happening on the Citaro facelift and facelift conversion on the bendy bus(one of the reasons why i don't like driving helvete's lhd citaro facelift) and it translates to "supply pressure too low" i assume it's for the brakes and i always receive it even i have revved the engine to achieve higher brake pressure(like on every other bus). So is there a quick solution to solve the break pressure problem?
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Normally after 5 mins driving it disappears for me.
 

LT586

Well-Known Member
Oct 25, 2016
538
Give it a good revving at the start while you check the tyres and lights and such :P

No in fairness same way a bus in real life needs a moment for the compressor to reach normal level giving it a rev helps
 

buttiebacon

Member
Feb 13, 2017
77
I just find it strange as in the normal single floor citaro this problem never occurs and on the morphi Mercedes-benz citaro EN02 these problems rarely occur. The revving doesn't seem to be very effective for me as i do get the malfunction just later in the journey. So do you know where to change the brake pressure script in the "bremse" file?