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Old 01-04-2010, 12:08 PM   #1
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Hydraulic wiring mess

New Years eve fire works caused my dog to Freak out while in the coach without supervision. The result, he tore apart all the wiring to the Hydraulic lift brain under the dash (Power Gear manufacturer). Anyway, i was able to get the lifts up by over riding the system and releasing the lifts. I have all the wires reatached but 4. These are the four wires, Green, Blue, White and Black that go into a eight slotted harness. I know that the white wire is the power wire. What i dont know is what slot does the four wires go into? Anyone know? the harness has fout slots across the top and four slots across the bottom. the last two on the top requires two of the four wires i mentioned and the first two slots on the bottom require the other two.
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TedJames... first we would need to know the year, make & model of your RV and if you have access the model of your levelers.
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Yes, that would help. year 2000, fleetwood Southwind, 36ft. the lift is from Power Gear.
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New Years eve fire works caused my dog to Freak out while in the coach without supervision. The result, he tore apart all the wiring to the Hydraulic lift brain under the dash (Power Gear manufacturer). Anyway, i was able to get the lifts up by over riding the system and releasing the lifts. I have all the wires reatached but 4. These are the four wires, Green, Blue, White and Black that go into a eight slotted harness. I know that the white wire is the power wire. What i dont know is what slot does the four wires go into? Anyone know? the harness has fout slots across the top and four slots across the bottom. the last two on the top requires two of the four wires i mentioned and the first two slots on the bottom require the other two.

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I just got this from another post...hope it helps.
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File Type: pdf Power Gear_Service_Manual.pdf (1.25 MB, 315 views)
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thank you. this does help.
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Thank you Hardy1000 for posting that service manual. I don't need it yet, but you never know. Plus I'm just a manual junky.
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