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Old 10-24-2017, 02:40 PM   #1
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Hi i just found this page when i found myself at a gas station and couldn't move with my new to me 2004 winnebago sightseer 30b. I couldn't get the cotter pin out had to pull the bolt below. I'm home now and i don't see the green switch. The gray switch was leaking below i replaced it still nothing. Under the hood i see the brown switch nothing leaking from it. I just found relay going to take it to autozone and see if they can match it .
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Old 10-24-2017, 07:46 PM   #2
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Hi i just found this page when i found myself at a gas station and couldn't move with my new to me 2004 winnebago sightseer 30b. I couldn't get the cotter pin out had to pull the bolt below. I'm home now and i don't see the green switch. The gray switch was leaking below i replaced it still nothing. Under the hood i see the brown switch nothing leaking from it. I just found relay going to take it to autozone and see if they can match it .
Need help
Thanks greg
It's probably just me but I am totally lost on what you are describing as the problem and part that needs replacing... cotter pin to what, what bolt, what green switch, what brown switch and what gray switch is leaking? Oh, and what relay do you need to match up at AutoZone?

I always try to chime in with my limited knowledge but this 'question' has me totally confused on how to help out. -RT
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Old 10-24-2017, 07:51 PM   #3
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Maybe the workhorse auto park thing ??
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Maybe the workhorse auto park thing ??
If it's on a Workhorse w-chassis, I don't think the 2004 30B has autobrake parking system. -RT
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It's probably just me but I am totally lost on what you are describing as the problem and part that needs replacing... cotter pin to what, what bolt, what green switch, what brown switch and what gray switch is leaking? Oh, and what relay do you need to match up at AutoZone?

I always try to chime in with my limited knowledge but this 'question' has me totally confused on how to help out. -RT
I read his post right after he posted it. I was totally confused also, thought it must've been me and wanted to wait to see what other thought.
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I read his post right after he posted it. I was totally confused also, thought it must've been me and wanted to wait to see what other thought.
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Com'on guys and gals... it's the thing-a-ma-bob located to the right of the whatch-a-ma-callit by the leaky doo-hicky.
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Those leaky switches are difficult to fix, especially the green ones, the negative protons drift up, not down.

Sorry, just pictured a leaking switch in my head and could not help myself, not trying to be a jerk, just a smart alec.

I hope you fix it whatever your dealing with.
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If it's on a Workhorse w-chassis, I don't think the 2004 30B has autobrake parking system. -RT
Yes it does have an auto brake .guess i didn't put it all in .thought my title was auto parking brake . I Had the brake lock up at has station .i tried to pull a pin at the cables the cotter pin wouldn't come out .so i pulled the bolt out of the bracket. And made it home . anyways down under the coach the grey switch was leaking fluid .i replaced it and the relay under the hood .i didn't see a green switch that most talk of .only a brown one at what looks the bottom of the pump under the hood .
Still doesn't work i ordered the brown switch it arrives tomorrow. You all are pretty funny
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A switch is electrical and does not leak fluid. What kind of fluid is leaking from what you call a switch?
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