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Old 06-18-2016, 06:34 PM   #1
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HWH Pump System - Winnebago

So I'm helping a neighbor with his 2001 Winnebago... Journey? it has a HWH hydraulic pump to move the slides and run the jacks... I can hear the dang thing running... I'm having issues with the jacks... and I'm trying to locate the pump and solenoids...

I've opened all the storage units... and can't find the darn thing... is the pump accessible from inside the coach.... or is that pump outside and I just can't find it.... So ""Wheres the PUMP""

I'm sure I'm walking right by the thing... just can't find it...

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Old 06-18-2016, 06:43 PM   #2
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It's underneath, usually fastened to the frame rail. You can run the front wheels up on blocks to get more room underneath or even park across a shallow ditch.
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Old 06-18-2016, 07:10 PM   #3
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try looking inside large basement compartment on drivers side.

Rear wall may have a panel covering pump and solenoid valves.

other places in general are under the hood and behind slides.

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If the 01 Journey is configured the same as the 07, the HWH pump, motor, solenoids and hydraulic tank are located under the entry steps on the right front corner of the coach. The top two steps should lift up for access from above. You will need to get under the coach to work at the control board which has a clear plastic shield over it. Download the manual for your system from the HWH website and use the LED's on the circuit board for troubleshooting.
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Here's the manual:
http://winnebagoind.com/resources/ma.../01Journey.pdf

Here's parts breakdown, enter year & model and go to leveling system (will show locations):
Parts Catalog
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FleetMan... thank you... I have the manual from the HWH web site.. and have been looking it over... the coach is inside a bay... 3 1/2 ft on each side and I've got about 10 hours in tracing down an electrical issue.... a guy who changed the batteries... he put the black ground wire to the ECM on the + terminal of the battery and the engine wouldn't start... BTW it hasn't run in about 3 years... I was amazed that with both the black (-) and red (+) wires to the ECM on the (+) post the ECM wasn't damaged... engine now starts and runs fine...

I just can't get the 2 front jacks down to move the thing... and need to manually release the pressure on those jacks to get them up...

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I used to own a 2001 Journey 36LD, and now own a 2002 Horizon 36LD. On both units the HWH pump system was located in the same place, hanging off the chassis frame at the rear of the drivers side forward slide.

I took this picture from under with the slide out, looking aft.
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Well, the coach is sitting in a bay and I can't open the slide... I can get under it, but don't want to be under it when I open the valves and lower the jacks... I won't fit...

But I have at least 2 possible locations... I'll crawl under it and look when I get back to it later this weekend or first of the week...

My neighbor is a great old guy... but sometimes I just want to scream... OH WELL... I'll get this figured out.. thanks guys
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Jim, don't you want to raise the jacks so you can move the coach?
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yes, I want to raise them... which lowers the chassis... did I say that incorrectly above...

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Well, the coach is sitting in a bay and I can't open the slide... I can get under it, but don't want to be under it when I open the valves and lower the jacks... I won't fit...

But I have at least 2 possible locations... I'll crawl under it and look when I get back to it later this weekend or first of the week...

My neighbor is a great old guy... but sometimes I just want to scream... OH WELL... I'll get this figured out.. thanks guys
To open the valves safely, you should have a properly rated jack stand and jack. That way the RV can't trap you under it. Well worth the money for your health and safety.
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On my 04 journey, there's one but that holds both steps. The top two steps lift up and the solenoid valves are right underneath and you can easily reach and flip the valves open manually to raise them and check your fluid levels. I'm having jack issues of my own so I've spent a lot time with those steps up
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