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Old 06-20-2021, 12:26 PM   #1
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LCI remote Sensor

I have a 2015 Itasca Sun Star 35í
Iím trying to find the remote sensor. I saw somewhere itís about 3 feet behind the back axle. If someone can help it would be appreciated. Thanks
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When you say remote sensor, do you mean the leveling control box?
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The error message on the LED readout says remote sensor. In the wiring diagram it’s referred to as a remote sensor. It’s part of the leveling signal sent to the brain in order to level the RV. It comes from the rear of the RV from what I understand.
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Ok, that's connected to the controller. It will likely be in one of the storage compartments, screwed to the inside top, or directly to the bottom of the body, I would assume it would be near the center of the rig, but that could be wrong. Sorry I'm not much help.
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