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Old 08-23-2021, 03:49 PM   #1
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Steps will not slide out. 2007 TS Select

My steps are retracted, and they will not deploy.
I’ve cleaned the ground and checked all the fuses that are in the left outside electrical box under the drivers seat.

I have power to the switch y the door

The motor does not make any noise.
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Old 08-23-2021, 07:10 PM   #2
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Kwikee steps? Check for power at the red wire at the connector at the step assembly. Make sure you are clear of the step mechanism, in case it decides to move.
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Old 08-23-2021, 07:23 PM   #3
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Check the green ground wire, they get loose
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Old 08-24-2021, 09:23 AM   #4
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If they are slide out steps (HD drawer slides), they are SCS Frigette, aka Motorcoach Steps Inc. You can get parts (motor, gear, module, etc.) from Lippert. I just rebuilt mine with new slides, motor, control module, and gear. You can buy the slides cheaper than lippert sells them for from a cabinet supply that sells KV slides that fit perfect.
You can get a automobile window operator motor from auto parts that will work but you have to wire direct or change to plug to match the step control module plug.
The wiring for the steps is under the passenger armrest along with the keyless entry module and alarm, both discontinued (SCS Frigette).

I just replaced my keyless entry system with Essex KE1701 and a reversing relay module to operate the door lock.
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The controller is bad. I ordered a new one.

The steps have “made by SCS” on them.

Justaroamer, you hit the nail on the head.
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So, after getting the new controller installed, it still does not work. With Lippert on the phone, we did a few checks, and Lippert said the new controller is bad.
Soooo, they sent us another controller and we installed it. But, it still does not work. Soooo, I either got a second bad controller or the Lippert guy is wrong.
When I and a mechanic friend of mine get time, we will fiddle with it again.

To get the step in and out on our September vacation, we bypassed the controller and we used alligator clips to run the steps in or out.
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Here may be some helpful info about those steps, and what others have done to fix them.
https://www.monacoers.org/topic/158-scs-frigette-steps/
https://www.google.com/search?q=scs%...client=gws-wiz
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Hello Missouri friend, wish I was in MO, you could bring it to me.

I would do this next:
There should be a step fuse in the house fuse panel, mine is in the bedroom closet.

There is also a step sensor fuse in the one of the three chassis panels in the outside electric compartment under driver.

Check both of these fuses, they are both labeled. Just replace fuses or at least check.
Also remove the step switch next to the door by passenger seat and test for proper continuity and operation.

Clean the contacts on the hinge side of the door frame and the door respectfully. Are the contact on the door side moving in and out freely? These contacts may need a light rub with fine emery cloth.

Try this and get back to me.
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