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Old 02-23-2014, 08:04 AM   #1
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Grey and Black water sensors

Anyone know where the black and grey water sensors are located in an Open Road? Accessible??
I have a grey tank that wont reflect accurate status.
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Factory sensors are notoriously inaccurate but if you want to get at them, they are behind your water tank. So, if you don't mind removing your water tank, you can access them but I doubt that there will be anything too obvious, like a loose wire, to fix.
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A lot of people have gone to SeeLevel II monitoring systems and have been very happy with them. I did that and love them. They are not that expensive to buy. If you can get to the tank not too hard to do it yourself.
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Found the sensors on the 2013 they are in the service area on the drivers side,above the grey and black water drain valves. they are all attached, looking just like the H2O tank on the other side (pax side). It has been recommended to flush the tank with Pine Power to remove any grunge built up on the inner wall.
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Found the sensors on the 2013 they are in the service area on the drivers side,above the grey and black water drain valves. they are all attached, looking just like the H2O tank on the other side (pax side). It has been recommended to flush the tank with Pine Power to remove any grunge built up on the inner wall.

Flushed tank with pine sol. Put 30 pounds of ice in a bit of water and drove in the mountains. Tried several commercial products that cleaned sensors. None of this works for very long. Went to see level II and now we have accurate sensors.
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