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Old 06-25-2010, 11:18 AM   #1
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HWH leveling senser location

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My question. I own a 1999 34' windsport on a Ford chassis. Does anybody know's were the leveling senser is located? It"s a 200 series HWH. It need to be calibrated.
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Usually the level sensor is mounted to the bottom side of the floor. It could be between the frame rails, which will require getting under the coach again usually in between the axles. Good luck and let us know how you come out.
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Welcome also. A quick call to HWH tec support will give you the answer you need and probably some tips on best way to access and calibrate.
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Thank you for the help. I took a quick look today and I couldn't find it. It was raining. I will look again tomorrow and let you know if I find it. Could it be in the HWH light panel?
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Thank you for the help. I took a quick look today and I couldn't find it. It was raining. I will look again tomorrow and let you know if I find it. Could it be in the HWH light panel?
If you are asking about the key pad; NO.
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Yes . It seem to me I read that somewhere. My key pad is on yhe floor beside the driver seat
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I too looked hi and low for my HWH level sensor in my 97 Winnebago. I found mine within a compartment, mounted to the top of the compartment.
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In which compartment did you find it?
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This thread will take you to what sensor looks like and you will find it mid-ship of your coach maybe on a metal bracket.
You can find info in Newmar Quick Tips with other info on HWH jack systems.
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I found it. And yes it's close to the muffler on the frame driver side about 4 feet ahead of the rear axle. This a 1999 windsport by Thor on a ford chassis. Thank you very much for the help.
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