I've posted a few questions already, but to summarize:
- April '05 built 2006 Patriot Thunder - pretty sure it is on an S-Series chassis (although the guy on the Monaco tech line told me it was on a Magnum chassis(
- Levels fine when parked - it only has air leveling
- Driving it is decidedly high on the driver front corner and low on the passenger rear
- Bag heights are 11 inches driver front, 9ish passenger front, 9 driver rear, and 8 passenger rear.
Monaco told me that when in "Travel" mode the HWH system was inactive except for providing air pressure to the Monaco air ride valves, which are controlled by two adjustable sensors on the drive axle and one on the steering axle.
Procedure for setting the ride level is to get the drive axle set and then do the front.
Mine was at a truck shop this week that do most of the RV dealer work in the area including one of the Monaco dealers. They spent 4 hours trouble shooting it and can report that all the solenoids are getting voltage, but they are telling me that the travel mode level is still partly controlled by the HWH system and are trying to determine where the fault is. They are telling me it is NOT in the Monaco parts.
Other question, anyone know where the auxiliary air pump is located?
Anybody have any experience with this stuff?