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Old 07-30-2014, 12:12 AM   #1
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Rotten Green Switch

Fortunately my 1998 GM Damon locked up in "auto park" in my driveway rather than 65mph on the highway. It's definitely locked up and my 10amp fuse has not blown, however, I have no "Auto Park" idiot gauge illumination. My plan is to replace the Rotten Green Switch to start but does anybody have any other ideas? For the record, I've owned this RV for a month and so far the water heater has gone out, had to replace the a/c capacitors, two front tires, and an alignment. I'm to a point of wondering "what's next"; well I found it!!!
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Fortunately my 1998 GM Damon locked up in "auto park" in my driveway rather than 65mph on the highway. It's definitely locked up and my 10amp fuse has not blown, however, I have no "Auto Park" idiot gauge illumination. My plan is to replace the Rotten Green Switch to start but does anybody have any other ideas? For the record, I've owned this RV for a month and so far the water heater has gone out, had to replace the a/c capacitors, two front tires, and an alignment. I'm to a point of wondering "what's next"; well I found it!!!
Being the owner of a 97 Endeavor, I can tell you the fun is just beginning. You will get to know your RV VERY well.
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Top of this page.. "RV Forums" go to " Workhorse Custom Chassis" Then search "Auto Park".. Just a few post down is a post by Old Used Bear.. He is the expert on them.. Donnt forget to go have fun when you get the little stuff fixed.
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email to Roger at : oldusedbear11@charter.net will get you free EXPERT help for your J71 AAPB.

Please use only ONE (1) of your email addresses when sending anything to Roger, and use the same one on any subsequent emails. This makes HIS job easier keeping up with you.
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Wow, thanks for the quick responses. An e-mail has been sent to Roger
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Fortunately my 1998 GM Damon locked up in "auto park" in my driveway rather than 65mph on the highway. It's definitely locked up and my 10amp fuse has not blown, however, I have no "Auto Park" idiot gauge illumination. My plan is to replace the Rotten Green Switch to start but does anybody have any other ideas? For the record, I've owned this RV for a month and so far the water heater has gone out, had to replace the a/c capacitors, two front tires, and an alignment. I'm to a point of wondering "what's next"; well I found it!!!

Dont want to bring bad news but on my 1998 p30 I had to do a lot more !!!
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Anybody try a "line lock"? I know that they bleed down over time
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