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Old 06-03-2023, 07:39 PM   #1
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1998 country coach intrigue 36ft HWH control box location

Hello CC fans,
I bought my used 1998 CC Intrigue 36ft 6 weeks ago and keep reparing it. One problem I have that HWH level system won't go into travel mode.
I do it now manually and measure 42' height (7.5 fuse taken out). So far it works but I would still like to figure out the problem.
For that I'm in contact with Paul (AZ Pete) and he asks me the number of my control box but I can't find the box.
Does any body know where it is on my 1998 CC Intrigue or has the same problem?
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Do you have a panel in the dash in front of the pax seat? If so remove it and the HWH box should be there.


Not going into travel mode could be due to a bad ride height valve
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[QUOTE=dons2346;6517672]Do you have a panel in the dash in front of the pax seat? If so remove it and the HWH box should be there.


Have panel removed, just cables behind it.
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Do you have a panel in the dash in front of the pax seat? If so remove it and the HWH box should be there.


Not going into travel mode could be due to a bad ride height valve
Where are the ride height valves and how do I see if they are bad?
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Ride valves are under the coach. Some coaches have a valve for each side but later coaches have one for the front end and one on each side of the rear.
When the coach won't go to ride height, is one side lower than the other or is the front end down?
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Ride valves are under the coach. Some coaches have a valve for each side but later coaches have one for the front end and one on each side of the rear.
When the coach won't go to ride height, is one side lower than the other or is the front end down?


If you know or accessed the 7.5 amp fuse to turn off the travel mode, you have discovered the control box. My Ď97 Intrigue box is located behind the kick panel in front of the passengerís seat.
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Ride valves are under the coach. Some coaches have a valve for each side but later coaches have one for the front end and one on each side of the rear.
When the coach won't go to ride height, is one side lower than the other or is the front end down?
The back end is equally lower but I can raise front/back/left/right manually up to 42í wheel cap to ground. Than I ride like normal.
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If you know or accessed the 7.5 amp fuse to turn off the travel mode, you have discovered the control box. My Ď97 Intrigue box is located behind the kick panel in front of the passengerís seat.
That was it. Thank you so much! A big black air hose covered the side so I couldnít see the numbers.
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If you know or accessed the 7.5 amp fuse to turn off the travel mode, you have discovered the control box. My Ď97 Intrigue box is located behind the kick panel in front of the passengerís seat.

"If you know or accessed the 7.5 amp fuse to turn off the travel mode, you have discovered the control box."

he 7.5 fuse is in the front bay under the driver's seat,
I located the HWH box in my previous post. Oh well.
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yeah, country coach, along with a few other companies have hwh fuses located in the main fuse panel, which is located in the outside compartment under the drivers window.
you really need a mfg wiring diagram to do a good diagnosis.
especially winnebagos, which incorporates some of their own wiring with their own numbers into the hwh system.
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