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Old 04-15-2018, 09:14 PM   #1
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my friend has a 2005 HR Navigator 42pdq and he can not find the round level sensor he has removed all the panels in the compartments and can not find it. it apparently has led lights on it and is adjustable. anyone have ideas
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I found mine in the outside storage compartment under kitchen area, lay on your back look up at underside of kitchen floor and there should be a ceiling panel with a couple of screws holding it in place, remove cover and hopefully you will find what you are looking for.
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Depending on the system series , the sensor may be built into the control board , part of the main computer box. A lot of the HWH auto level systems are like that .

EDIT: sorry the pdf only covers up to the 325 series , if the control panel says " Computerized Leveling " the system is probably a 625 series and the sensor will be in the main control box with the computer board.
Manuals are available as a pdf from HWH web site.

www.hwhcorp.com
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Look for a removable access door on the center ceiling of your first or second pass-thru storage bay. They try to install those between the frame rails, mid-coach, and I would expect it to be like it is on our '06 Dynasty. It is in a box, perhaps 9" x 14" with a glass panel that faces you, when you are on your back, in the storage bay. Good luck!
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Yes, Jim is exactly right. The main HWH leveling control box for our 2004 is in the basement screwed to the ceiling between the frame rails. Ours has a small window in the basement plywood ceiling to view the control box and the control box has a clear Lexan cover so you can see into the box. The control box is not round, its rectangular about 10" X 8" and about 6"deep with several LEDs and fuses. Our level sensor inside the control box was bad and I just sent it back to HWH for repairs.
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Our leveler sensor is on the roof of the equipment bay where the inverter, water distribution manifold, etc. is located.
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A 2005 Navigator should have an HWH 2000 series Computer Controlled Air Leveling system with tag axle. Some of the coaches were ordered with dual leveling (air and hydraulic) but these are rare.

Link to HWH 2000 series operators manual.
http://www.hwhcorp.com/ml25489.pdf

Link to HWH 2000 series w/Tag Lift manual
http://www.hwhcorp.com/ml34296.pdf
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