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Old 06-29-2013, 07:58 PM   #1
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auto park stuck on---please i need help

hello to all, i am new to the mh life and have had this 96 fleetwood southwind 30a, when i went to move it the other day the auto park light was on and it wont move now can anyone tell me how i can get it unstuck so i can fix this issue, a picture would be awsome if you could..

i have been under this rig for hours in the pouring rain trying to find it...lol

im in a bad way here and really need to get this fixed..

i would be most greatfull for any and all help

thanks in advance.....bap
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Old 06-29-2013, 08:12 PM   #2
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If you use the search function at the top to search for 'auto park' you'll find lots of threads on this. Also contact member iRV2 Forums - View Profile: oldusedbear he's the resident expert.
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Old 06-29-2013, 08:29 PM   #3
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thanks again for your help,, i searched through alot of it , then spent a couple hours tring to find the pump without any luck,,,and it was pouring the rain which did,nt help----lol
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I'm trying to learn this same subject before I have issues.

I thought I read that the POWER STEERING PUMP was the source.
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Welcome to the forum.

Contact Old Used Bear and provide complete details of your coach and problem. He will send you much info to track it down. The file size he will send are too large that are not allowed in posting.

Good Luck

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Old 06-30-2013, 07:57 AM   #6
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You can look at the actuator on the transmission output yoke and follow the hose back to the pump. That would at least get you to the pump, then you can check the oil level.
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thanks, i will be doing that in just a minute...

wish me luck i have to move this beast today---lol
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I'm trying to learn this same subject before I have issues.

I thought I read that the POWER STEERING PUMP was the source.
The absolute BEST help to learn about which AAPB system you have is Roger at : oldusedbear11@charter.net

and FWIW, you have a P32 chassis, 'cause there never was a P30
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not sure of year of your motorhome but check this it might help

http://www.justanswer.com/rv-motorho...winnebago.html
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or try this

Auto Park Brake Workhorse P-32


hope it helps
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i want to thank all of you great people on here for your help;;

i was able to find the lever that leads into the trans at the bellhousing and pull thr clevis pin to release the auto park, it was on the driver,s side.. then i was able to move my rig., the pump was on the passenger side the fluid was full.,,

a word of caution to anyone that needs to do this .MAKE SURE YOUR RIG IS CHOKED VERY GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!! because as soon as i released the clevis pin it rolled backward quite a bit even with the parking brake engaged and it in park...

my fleetwood is on the chevy chassie...

again thanks for all the reponses and taking the time for your help...

i only wish that i could do something for you guy,s
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i want to thank all of you great people on here for your help;;

a word of caution to anyone that needs to do this .MAKE SURE YOUR RIG IS CHOKED VERY GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!! because as soon as i released the clevis pin it rolled backward quite a bit even with the parking brake engaged and it in park...
Once you pulled the pin, you have NO "parking brake", period. The whole reason you have the AAPB is because there is NO "park" inside the tranny. Unless the wheels are chocked, or the jack are down, there is NOTHING to prevent a coach from rolling away.

IMO, you need to get help from OUB and get your AAPB fixed properly, pronto.
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