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Old 11-30-2021, 02:44 PM   #1
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HWH American Eagle

Does someone know where the hwh leveling system central console( main computer) should be located in an american eagle 42 2004?
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Specifically? No. But, it will likely be in one of the storage compartments, mounted to the ceiling.
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And in a 2004 American Coach that would surely be a Equalizer System, not HWH.
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Sorry you are right. Its equalizer. ( i dont know how to make changes to the original post).
But with equalizer, is there a main computer like hwh or only the dash panel?
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Looks like the control panel is the brains. You have a leveling sensor that will be located somewhere near the center of the rig.
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But with equalizer, is there a main computer like hwh or only the dash panel?
There is a separate control module that actually senses the level. It is typically mounted on the basement ceiling in one of the forward storage bays.


If your Eagle also has air-leveling, there will be an air-control module from Valid Mfg that also interacts with the Equalizer.
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