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Old 09-19-2021, 07:38 PM   #1
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On our 2007 Fleetwood Bounder diesel pusher we have a auto leveling system..we didnít get any manuals with the rig so I was hoping I could get some help on different things coming up. One to start with is on the auto leveler. When I let the air bags out to lower it then using the auto leveler it goes through all the motions and says it is level. But it is not perfect to my likings it is low on the driverís side. It has a manual function to but no instructions on how to use it. I donít like my head lower than my feet when I sleep just kidding just to low for me.
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On our 2007 Fleetwood Bounder diesel pusher we have a auto leveling system..we didnít get any manuals with the rig so I was hoping I could get some help on different things coming up. One to start with is on the auto leveler. When I let the air bags out to lower it then using the auto leveler it goes through all the motions and says it is level. But it is not perfect to my likings it is low on the driverís side. It has a manual function to but no instructions on how to use it. I donít like my head lower than my feet when I sleep just kidding just to low for me.
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Is this an OEM leveling system or after market?
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If HWH system you can locate all the manuals on the HWH site.

http://server51.hwhcorp.com/?page_id=115608

You should be able to adjust the system to where it will level. Check the manual.

You can also use manual mode after auto level to get it where you want it to be level wise.
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Use your manual leveling. When you adjust it's always better to just get it level without over jacking your motorhome up off the ground.
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Most auto-leveling systems can be calibrated to redefine what is considered "level". What make/model system do you have (name will be on the leveler control panel). Google that make/model plus the word "manual" and you should find downloadable instructions.


Bounders typically came with Power Gear levelers. PG is now part of Lippert. You may find yours at https://support.lci1.com/power-gear-...eveling-system
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