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Old 07-08-2006, 01:12 PM   #1
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The '07 Essex comes standard this year with a new feature rich air leveling. As well as leveling the coach for parked position, I believe it can be used for elevating front, back or all while driving.
Bob, can you read the manual, as I can't get any operting instructions on the web, and let us know what else it does?
I started a new thread as yours is getting quite broad in topics.
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The '07 Essex comes standard this year with a new feature rich air leveling. As well as leveling the coach for parked position, I believe it can be used for elevating front, back or all while driving.
Bob, can you read the manual, as I can't get any operting instructions on the web, and let us know what else it does?
I started a new thread as yours is getting quite broad in topics.
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Peter, off the top of my head I can tell you it will raise or lower the complete coach,level the complete coach,or raise/lower he rear or front independently....I did use it last night as I was afraid my driveway apron angle was a little steep....reached over and pushed the button and got the desired result.

I have a laminated 8 x 11 sheet from Hadley that is in my coach,will get it in the morning and print the in depth description....
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