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Old 05-21-2015, 05:29 PM   #1
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Angry Ride Height

I am the proud owner of a 2003 Country Coach but the air suspension display on the dash will not indicate it is in into TRAVEL mode. It appears to be but I need to know the correct way to measure the front and back air bags to determine if it is in fact in travel mode. I need to know how to measure and what those measurements should be. Kevin Waite sent me these measurements but somehow this email disappeared from my computer when it crashed. I think the email said 9" front air bag height and 10 13/16" on the rear measuring from frame rail to bottom of air bag seat. I would appreciate any information you might have. The unit is an Allure, 37,'. no tag axle, with the independent front suspension. I know how to manually set the ride height once I find out the correct figures.

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A quick way to see if it is actually going into travel mode is to drop the motor home using the Dump button (middle left) on the HWH till it drops a couple of inches. Then push the travel button or release the parking brake and see if the motor home raises back up. If it does then it is going into travel mode. (The engine needs to be running and the house power (12v) needs to be on to do this.)

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