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Old 05-16-2014, 08:40 PM   #15
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Hello....I have a 2009 Charleston made by Forest River. Just turned over 30k miles this trip, bought her new. This time out on 2 occasions the coach would not air up the suspension after sitting at the camp ground for a day or so. I learned from a few Google searches to raise/lower the jacks, pump the brakes, and keep switching the air brake from on to off. Eventually it aired up. During the whole time both air gauges showed 75, no alarms, just no suspension. From what I can find I need a air leveling valve? Anyone know where that is and where I can order one? Thanks.....
on my 2005 the water dump valve likes to stick open on the drier its self

it would not hurt to make sure this is not what is going on with yours as mine well all so set at 60 to 70 pis with that stuck open

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Old 09-15-2014, 09:16 AM   #16
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Just got back from a 1,600 mile trip.....did not have a single issue. I did call Freightliner, who explained to me how the system works. There is a relay just behind the generator, this relay gets signals from the chassis to dump and or fill the air for the ride. There are buttons on there to manually do it if you crawl underneath...they highly recommend you do NOT do this, as you may get squashed.....He said the best bet is when using the leveling jacks, put them up TWICE.....so I did that, never had another issue.....

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