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Old 06-19-2021, 06:30 AM   #1
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Kwikee steps

hurricane 34n kwikee steps have new controller,mag switch, motor, grounds cleaned to bare metal, fuses checked step works fine except when engine is started steps retract then come back out. i hear a click sound at the battery control center before step comes out. anyone know where the yellow wire is mounted and it's location. did all tests. have no idea how to fix this.


anyone who has any advice or input would be greatly appreciated
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Welcome to iRV2 .

Could you please take the time to complete the " About me " section of your profile and consider setting up a signature line , so members will know all your RV's info .

Could you add the year of your RV and the Kwikee control box number to your post .

I take it that you have access to the testing info ; I'll attach these pdfs just in case you don't.
Was this ; steps not staying in with engine running; the original problem ?
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The yellow wire is supposed to go a power source that is hot when the ignition is on. Specifically where, I'm not sure on your rig.
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