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Old 11-28-2016, 05:07 PM   #1
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Holiday Rambler jack problem

Power to jacks control panel will not always come on when in neutral, parking brakes set and ignition switch on accessory. It will eventually come on after releasing and reapplying the parking brake a few times. Where do I find the switch that controls this?
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There's a button ( switch ) that may need to be adjusted a little to make a better contact.
Here's a photo of one that explains it.
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My Endeavor is a diesel with air brakes and therefore does not have a parking brake pedal.
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Old 11-29-2016, 11:57 AM   #4
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Holiday rambler jack problem

Oops. I was too anxious to assist to realize that

What chassis do you have ? I'll move this to that section for some different input from members with the same.

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My Endeavor diesel with air brakes and therefore does not have a parking brake pedal.
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It is the Roadmaster chassis. By doing some more research I found an old thread that was a similar problem. The switch is located below the knob that you pull to activate the parking brake. The other thread actually had the Monaco part number and another source listed.Thanks for your help.
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Glad you found your answer. If you could post a link to that thread here it would assist others in the future. Thanks
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This looks like the problem I had earlier today.
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