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Old 01-16-2020, 07:43 AM   #15
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As others have said the pressure switch under the parking brake control is the mostly problem. It is a very common problem with these coaches and the switch does not seem to last very long. After replacing the Nason switch twice is a very short period of time I modified ours.

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yep, sounds like what mine is doing.

Most of the trouble shooting docs at https://support.lci1.com/power-gear-...eveling-system
only indicate to check the level of the fluid and the function of the level sensor.

The old standard make sure the fluid level is at max might not fix it.

I get a little airleak around my brake release knob so that might be a tipoff..
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Old 01-27-2020, 08:03 PM   #17
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It is 100% the nason switch on the MaxiBrake assembly. I Ďlivedí with it for almost a year.
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Old 02-01-2020, 11:25 AM   #18
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Klcarter42:

FWIW, on my 2000 Endeavor, the jacks reservoir is in the next to the last outside compartment on the driverís side. When that buzzer goes off because of low oil, we also have a little light at the Jacks control panel on the dash that says the jacks are down even though a visual check verifies that they are in fact fully up. Adding oil (ATF) stops the buzzer.
As others have said, you might have a different issue but hope this answers your original question.
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Old 02-01-2020, 11:37 AM   #19
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Hey FYI I just bought a 2003 Endeavor 36, on the initial road test the beeper was going off intermintilly. Where I bought it used to be a dealer, they knew right away it was the switch on the brake realase button, they disconnected it so I could get home, ordered one and sent it to me to install. The name on the switch "NASON PN=SM-1C-66R/WP28" also I discovered all the "idiot" lights on the dash route thru the beeper... even the antenna.
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Klcarter42:

FWIW, on my 2000 Endeavor, the jacks reservoir is in the next to the last outside compartment on the driverís side. When that buzzer goes off because of low oil, we also have a little light at the Jacks control panel on the dash that says the jacks are down even though a visual check verifies that they are in fact fully up. Adding oil (ATF) stops the buzzer.
As others have said, you might have a different issue but hope this answers your original question.


One way to tell whether is is a fluid problem or the Nason switch i's driving the coach. If it is a low fluid problem you might experience the buzzer stopping when going around a corner or sharp curve. The fluid swishes around and may raise the float to stop the buzzer . When you level out, the buzzer returns due to the low level. If you haven't experienced this, it's probably the Nason switch.
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