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Old 01-13-2020, 05:01 PM   #1
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Anyone having trouble seeing thru the Smart Wheel and seeing the Annunciator warning lights. I have had two instances with broken fan belts that led to overheating and engine damage.
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Old 01-16-2020, 09:24 AM   #2
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I have moved the driver's chair up, forward, the steering wheel out and up/down to get the best position to see as many gauges as possible from a good sitting position. Still with the LBCU is not possible to see all the idiot lights from one position. Usually a chime will sound for many problems.
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I have moved the driver's chair up, forward, the steering wheel out and up/down to get the best position to see as many gauges as possible from a good sitting position. Still with the LBCU is not possible to see all the idiot lights from one position. Usually a chime will sound for many problems.
Thanks Fiesta 48
Being hard of hearing and other noises I have not been able to hear the warning buzzer. I know it works as I can hear it when the air pressure is low when I am warming up the coach.
I have rigged up mirrors so I can see the Annunciator Panel for now.
I was looking for solutions like your suggestion. I will try again as I am 6'2" and I need my seat all the way back.
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