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Old 10-26-2013, 03:24 PM   #15
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Sometimes I get a warning as well when turning corners and such, where is the hydrolic leveler tank located, I need to check the level on mine..

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Old 10-26-2013, 03:27 PM   #16
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Gary it's a roll-over alarm to let Karen know to hang on you're driving to fast.To much coffee. Jim
Jimmy when are we going to get together for dinner?
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Old 10-26-2013, 08:02 PM   #17
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Is there such a warning in a motor home? When I make a sharp turn (like some ramps onto hwys) I get a alarm that ring till I straighten out.
Mine does that exact same thing on a sharp turn on the ramps! The DW and I figured it was coming from the power awning alarm! It must jar the awning a little on sharp turns to set the alarm off.

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I know the jacks are up so I'll check the fluid level thanks
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What make jacks do you have? I read all the posts and I don't recall reading the brand.

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Steering Alarm

I have the same Magnum Chassis that you have. The "alarm" is a relief valve lifting at the limit of travel because the pump is pumping but the oil has nowhere to go. The noise should go away as soon as you back off on the wheel.
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What make jacks do you have? I read all the posts and I don't recall reading the brand.

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Hi Don hows it going? My jacks are RVA. When we going to get together for diner again?
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I have the same Magnum Chassis that you have. The "alarm" is a relief valve lifting at the limit of travel because the pump is pumping but the oil has nowhere to go. The noise should go away as soon as you back off on the wheel.
Rpa can you explain this better? I am a idiot to some of these thing.
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i would not think so on a 2000 year rv but i have seen some of the newer rv have censers like that all tide in to the ABS system to help braking and stop a roll over on big truck as well have the system now stander i forget what brand/type it was
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