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Old 12-15-2015, 07:15 PM   #15
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The pamphlet from Kwikee on their most common step series has a lot of electrical info but a bit slim on the gear box side.


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Old 12-16-2015, 05:24 AM   #16
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Gentleman. I have ordered the external gear and should be here Monday. I have not removed the old one yet. So I don't know what the internal gear looks like. Now keep in mind what I have is "Frigette Coach Step? Not sure if they still make that brand anymore. But parts seem to be still available. On top of everything else, we are leaving Tue. on a trip with the coach so repairs won't be made to I return. Will take pictures and update you all when the deed is done.

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Originally Posted by ga traveler View Post
Inside the motor housing is a set of three "marbles". They are a plastic materiel. They are to cushions the motor. When they get old, they break down. This can cause the motor to keep running until they get into a position to stop the motor. You can buy just the marbles instead of the whole motor.
My step gear motor failed at this point also. The "marbles" as you call are a common problem. I did a quick fix by replacing them with 1/4" nuts recommended by another poster. Worked great.

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