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Old 09-11-2016, 11:47 AM   #1
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Gosh I love my Navigator!!

Well after much worry about an intermittent ABS light it appears it was just a dirty sensor. Over 600 miles the last two days and no light. This coach has handle through the Sandias beautifully!!

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most abs lights turn on because one of the cables has a worn wire from the cable flexing as the front wheels turn... or the rear axle goes up and down... at each wheel where there is a sensor there needs to be a flexible cable to deal with the constant movement... BTW these sensors can be tested with an ohm meter... and you can a change in meter reading when you wiggle a bad cable... its important to keep the cable tucked into its holders for maximum life...

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I love my navigator as well. She does most all of the trip planning and handles the GPS and monitors the TPMS. I only have to drive and follow her instructions.
Not only that bu....... Oh wait, you were talking about your RV.
Never mind.
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We sure are pleased with ours. Drives like a big luxury car and has plenty of power in the mountains. Just need to find more time to play with it.
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Old 09-11-2016, 10:18 PM   #5
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