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Old 09-06-2016, 12:59 PM   #15
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Mike, I have a 2004 40DSO3 and I am having trouble with the step slide. I have been able to manually ease the cover forward and can see the motor in the back but no way to remove the motor. Can you help me with some instructions on how you removed the motor? Thanks
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Old 09-06-2016, 11:36 PM   #16
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Looking at the steps on my ME-DS02B, they strongly resemble the ones on Damon Outlaw. Those use a motor assembly that matches a Ford Taurus, drivers side. See this thread:

Coach Step Problem

Other step makers used other window assemblies. A friendly auto parts store should help you match up a unit. On my Outlaw, and the ME from looking under there yesterday, removal only required removing the cotter pin, lifting steps slightly to remove tension, and sliding off the actuator arm. The drive unit then just unbolts.
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Old 09-07-2016, 10:11 AM   #17
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Looking at the steps on my ME-DS02B, they strongly resemble the ones on Damon Outlaw. Those use a motor assembly that matches a Ford Taurus, drivers side.
He said "slide". Think he's talking to the previous poster about the panel that can move to extend the floor over the inside steps.
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Old 09-08-2016, 12:17 AM   #18
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My mistake. I had read the previous page of posts and skipped past the request for the slide motor. I'll have to take a look at my own and follow along as someone passes along a solution.
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Thanks everyone. I found what I needed on another forum and was able to remove the slide and motor. My problem ended up being the KIB SSC102C motor control. I replaced the switch and control with a DPDT momentary contact switch.
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Replaced mine with a air cylinder and solenoid. Keeping the mesh consistent between gear and track is almost impossible . The credit for that idea goes to Bishop!
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