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Old 07-15-2012, 02:26 PM   #1
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Auto Park Brake

Hello, I am having an issue with my auto park brake on my 2003 fleetwood flair, it won't disengage when i put it in drive. When i was coming home on my last trip the dash light came on (auto park) and when i would stop you could here a motor pumping under the dash. When I got home i turned off the coach, when i started it to move it the auto park, emergency brakes will not release and won't move. I cant take it to get fixed since it wont move so i am asking for some help on what to do to fix this issue. Thank you, Doug

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Old 07-15-2012, 05:51 PM   #2
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This is a headache system, and I owned one but never had any trouble thankfully.
GM Workhorse Chassis Park Brake
Check that thread and there's a guy that is an expert on the Autopark, his email is listed.
Also use the search engine here and use "Autopark", you'll find tons of stuff.
You can disable the brake to get it somewhere to have it fixed, however you should wheel chock EVERY TIRE on the coach before you disable it. You wouldn't want it rolling over you or crashing into anything.
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