New to me '99 Windsor 34'
Recently sold our '07 Fleetwood Expedition and bought the Monaco from a friend in Florida.
We really like the coach and it is in really great shape for being 17 years old. We especially like the fact that we now have approximately $60,000 less money invested in a motorhome....yes we gave up a few things but for $60k a few sacrifices can be made!!!!
Been working through a few issues...the two main ones are speedometer error and the RVA manual levelers.
The speedometer reads anywhere from 7-15 mph high....been told it probably is a grounding issue with the problematic gauges in the panel (fuel gauge also doesn't work). I have cleaned every ground I can find and even added one from ground terminal in front hood back to the panel. Any other ideas??
The jacks initially would not make any sounds when I tried the extend buttons. I changed the "leveler safety" relay in front elec bay under driver seat and the pump motor suddenly came to life.....only problem is it comes on with the ignition switch and will not go off unless I kill the power to it. It comes on in "bypass" mode as it is a loud whine and if I fiddle with the extend buttons I can get the jacks to move down an inch or two at a time all while the motor is screaming going in and out of bypass and extend modes ( it changes sounds when the jacks move)
Can't figure out why its wired direct to the ignition switch and now when I put the old relay back in and it works the same way as with the new relay. Green light comes on with the jack switch on the jack control panel but it has no effect on the motor.
I have talked to Dennis at RVA and he had no ideas (hard to diagnose over the phone)
My next idea is to find the control box and maybe wire up some jumpers and see if I can get the jack switch panel to control the motor instead of the ignition
switch. I did disconnect all the extend switches in case one of them was stuck in the extend mode but nothing changed.
Any other ideas??
2015 Fleetwood Discovery 40X