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Old 05-14-2012, 11:25 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Bearonthebus View Post
Neptuners, are your two bedroom slides HWH? If they are, your coach will have to be completely level in order to extend them. My rear curb side slide is HWH. I have had that problem in the past after leveling the coach and receiving the excess slope light. I cheated. With the motor still running and still in travel mode, I extended my HWH side and then dumped the air and leveled. It works! Good luck!
Thanks for your suggestions, our friends have turned around from here in BC and headed to Oregon Motor Coach. The HWH leveling system wouldn't work, but the space he was in was very level...when he went to leave besides the 2 bedroom slides not opening, the hydraulic living room slide wouldn't retract....so, sorry to say, his Canada and Alaska 2 1/2 month vacation is over almost before it was started.

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I would recommend you start out a making certain all the battery connections, both positive and negative are good, clean and tight at the battery and at the opposite end of the cables. Be especially diligent on the frame ground connection as this can be the weak link. The next thing would be the connections of the ECM. Pull apart and look for any sign of corrosion of loose pins. Let us know what you find and we'll try to help.

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We had a similar problem with our 2006 allure. We found a wire loose in the basement compartment under the driverís seat. It was a loose connecter. It was the white wire that went to the transmission connection that was not seated correctly and would cause our coach to shut down. Our wire number was marked # 75. It traveled from inside the coach down to the basement to red multi plug. That was where the wire was loose. Hope this will help.

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