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Old 10-12-2017, 07:23 AM   #1
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2017 35K False Stabilizer Warning

Went to the balloon festival in Albuquerque and as we were turning out of the RV park to come home, the stabilizer warning started flashing. Pulled to the shoulder, got out and checked they were in the "up" position. Crawled under the coach and checked for damage or if they were loose and everything checked out. After a short distance, the warnings went off. It would come on if we went over a RR track or if we hit a hole in the road, but again would turn off after a short distance.
Anyone have this issue? Some type of sensor issue?
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I believe I read that low fluid could cause this. Maybe check that?
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I believe I read that low fluid could cause this. Maybe check that?
Thanks for the quick response.
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If you have never lubricated the zerk fitting on each jack it will also cause what you are describing. Look closely where the chrome shaft comes out of the cylinder each one has a fitting.
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If you have never lubricated the zerk fitting on each jack it will also cause what you are describing. Look closely where the chrome shaft comes out of the cylinder each one has a fitting.
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That zerk fitting for stabilizer on top , bottom, front, sides?
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The zerk fitting for the leveling jacks are located at the bottom of the cylinders just above where the chromed shafts start.
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The reservoir was about an inch under the fill line, so I topped it off. The zerk fittings on the rear were easy to get to and spit grease out as soon as I started. The zerk fittings on the front are centered right at the spring. I'll have to search the barn for my 90 degree fitting and see if I can get it in there. Thanks everyone for the responses.
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