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Old 11-12-2018, 12:09 PM   #1
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Power Gear Electric Leveling System

Seems that my Power Gear leveling system thinks the Parking Brake is not set when it is. Therefore, it won't level the coach. Now, I did read somewhere that the engine should be running. But, I have always leveled with the engine off so the airbags would not fill back up (I always dump the airbags before leveling). I have only had this coach for about one year, so I'm still learning. I upgraded from a Fleetwood Discovery which did things differently ;-)

Any ideas on what I need to check?

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The replacement Nason switch can be obtained from NW RV Supply there in stock. The number was a little different than the one I took off but the difference was itís 65# other than 66
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Where is the switch located? Is it easy to get to?
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Where is the switch located? Is it easy to get to?


Itís mounted to the side of your parking brake switch. Remove the round top of your parking brake it just screws off 3 screws hold it to the console remove the screws thatís hold the side console top on lift it up and youíll be able to see the valve and switch with a green and red plastic push on plastic air lines push in on the collars and pull out the lines then you can take it to the work bench and get enough leverage to remove the old switch. Repeat the process in reverse and your done🤪
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Great! That will be my project first thing in the morning
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