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Old 11-12-2011, 07:58 PM   #1
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Trying to find wiring schematics for 1998 Tropi-I-Cal on Chevy chassis.

The parking brake on the transmission went out and the repair people messed up the wiring so that the levelers no longer work.

I'm not taking the motor home back to them again as they messed it up worse every time they touched it.

I was told they replaced some sensor switches in the braking system at the parking brake, I suspect they mixed up some of the wiring.

The normal previous sequence of actions was ass follows:
- With ignition on, in park, the 'Auto Park' light would come on, I could switch the 'Park Brake' switch and the 'Park Brake' light would come on, and the leveler control light would light when I pressed the on switch.

Now, with the ignition switch on, in park both the 'Auto Park' and 'Park Brake' lights come on, but there is no power going to the leveler controller.

Anyone had this happen or know where I should start tracing this down? I would like to find a wiring schematic to follow if possible.
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