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Old 05-08-2013, 08:09 PM   #1
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Sensor under LR super slide:

Hi everyone,

I'm under my '99 Damon DayBreak last few days wiring for a dolly and replacing air bags...and I noticed this sensor under the LR superslide.

It is spring mounted mounted with four screws.

Anyone clue me in on what this is for?
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If its attached to the main floor and not the underside of the slide.
It looks a whole lot like my HWH , system level sensor.
The 4 screws are the adjusters, the springs are to hold it steady, against the screw tension. After it's properly set up , it should never need adjusting unless you replacing it with new.
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Thanks SKIP...I'd agree if it weren't that my jacks are manual w/joystick...wire harness says SENSOR.
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Thanks SKIP...I'd agree if it weren't that my jacks are manual w/joystick...wire harness says SENSOR.
No led indicators to tell you which jacks to use to raise to level.
Active air , auto leveling suspension ?
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No SKIP...totally manual HWH joystick hydraulics...

Little LED's notify when jacks are vertical.
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