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Old 04-23-2011, 03:30 PM   #1
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Jet Air Leveling system

I have a 34.5 foot, 94 Winnebago with a JetCo leveling system on the rear. The compressor does not run and the owners manual states there are two fuses. (There are two fuses (1) 30 amp inline fuse from the battery to the compressor and (2) ignition wire fuse,) Test indicate the ignition wire fuse is OK but I cannot identify where the inline fuse is. Have checked all the fuses in the fuse box, they all appear to be fine and there is no labeling to indicate a fuse for the air bag system. I have crawled under the rig from the battery box to the compressor. Where might this fuse be?
Please help if you can am soo confused.
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:23 PM   #2
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I have posted My responce, Several times... There is a Solenoid Up ahead on the compressor; It sets right behind the L; rear wheel... So much for The engineers Design.. The solenoid gets moisture in it and quits working. Altho There were some that never had a problem; I had to change ours once per year.. Then the guy would say Oh theres something alse wrong.. I just say OH is that Why the Solenoid quits working... Take it out ;take it to a parts store Have them check it; And them buy 3or 4 replacements. The change over time is about 15 minutes;; And the coach is driveable. Life is good,
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:28 PM   #3
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If you are going to trace the wire It goes to a scensor switch on the air bags. And As I recall you have like 3 switches on the dash ON OFF Leval. Just run a hot wire to the compressor side of the solenoid If the compressor runs then you will be on the right track;
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