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Old 06-06-2010, 07:24 PM   #1
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Leveling jack help

Hello everybody, I have a 94 Gulfstream Tourmaster that has an hwh computerized leveling system on it.

When I level I shut it down, turn the key on ACC and hit hyd button twice. Normally it starts to dump and auto levels and usually gets pretty close.

Well I tried it today and the front right jack was not extending!! Creating all of the rest of the jacks to extend way more than needed. So I hit the store button to get them all up and tried the front ones manually and it works and extends properly.

What is going on here? I figured if it was an electrical or hydralic issue it would not go down manually.

Can someone help me out before I pull my hair out! Thanks
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We have an 03 Cheetah Safari...we get the jacks down and a few hrs later, the front was is retracted? Anyone know what THAT'S about?
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I called HWH's tech line today and am waiting for them to call me back. Hopefully they will have some advise
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I called HWH's tech line today and am waiting for them to call me back. Hopefully they will have some advise
We got ours fixed...one small part needed
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