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Old 04-06-2015, 07:51 AM   #1
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RVA manual leveler problem

I have a 2005 Holiday Rambler Endeavor equipped with RVA manual levelers. A year ago they would not operate, so I called RVA and found that there is a ground relay that will not activate until relay is told that the transmission is in neutral. Changed the relay, fixed problem. This year, same problem, changed relay, didn't fix. Put jumper wire across the 2 ground wires, they then work. Does anyone know where this relay gets the "in neutral" signal from, and where that may be located? It is a blue and a red wire.

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Old 04-06-2015, 07:39 PM   #2
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In older RVs, it was probably like older cars, a microswitch on the shift lever. On more modern vehicles, it could be a signal from the ECU. What chassis, transmission do you have?


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Cummins ISL engine, Allison MH3000 trams, no shift lever.
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Roadmaster RR8R chassis
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If you send me a PM with an email address, I'll send you the schematics.
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