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Old 04-14-2014, 11:07 AM   #1
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Air bags on Class A Winnebago

In order to manually deflate the air bags, would I have to do that through my automatic leveling system?
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Old 04-14-2014, 01:14 PM   #2
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What year, model, and style of coach? Need this info first.
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If you have an HWH leveler system then there is a manual dump switch on the control unit.
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I wouldn't think the levelers would have anything to do with air bags. Most levelers are hydraulic (oil) and air bags are pneumatic (air).
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On our coach the only way to dump the air bag suspension is to use the leveling system by Power Gear.
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Your Itasca 40U most likely has a HWH leveling system, which has a manual dump switch for the air bags. It also dumps the air bags when you select automatic-leveling. You will find a link to HWH (and owners manual) in a sticky on the Winnebago forum.
Your MH is quite similar to D Lindy's I suspect. You do have your motorhome listed, just 2 clicks away from here, good job! And welcome to irv2.com
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RanIN; Our Journey 40U has the Power Gear leveling system.
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