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Old 05-29-2020, 08:29 PM   #1
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The 725 series auto levelers are installed on my Sprinter chassis.


Lately they have been working intermittently. I will get a clicking sound but no action with the jacks. Then it will work.


I changed the chassis battery thinking it may be a low voltage issue, that didn't seem to help.


Thoughts?
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Old 05-29-2020, 08:42 PM   #2
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Sounds like a loose or dirty connection within the hydralic pump area. I would check the connections, clean them, and then try it again.
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Thanks Okie. Iíll give that a try and let you know how it goes.
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check the two bolts that hold the pump assembly to the mounting bracket. thats the main ground. if it looks likely to loosen again, make sure the bolts have a lock washer, and tightened properly. maybe add a battery sized cable from pump assembly and the frame.
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Okie, Pete,
I finally got a chance to bring the coach home and look over the system and wanted to circle back and say thanks.
I had checked all the wiring previously and felt all was tight, so I assumed my issue was something else.

I took the wires and ground completely off, cleaned them up, reinstalled and Boom all working.

Thanks for your detailed suggestions, they worked!

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great to hear. yeah, as i said before, 90 percent of all problems are bad connections.
i had one, on an alpine epex that took me 8 days to find. no, i didnt charge him 8 days labor, and it was on my dime. a costly repair, both in time and money. for both of us.
it had all the symptoms of a bad control box. replaced it, all worked good. we even ran it 2 times, about 10 minutes apart.worked great. it had one symptom after the other, each pointing to something else.
the a wire lock inside of one of the control box connectors had broken, and it would not work more than once within 5 minutes. the connectors would heat up and separate. otherwise it was fine.
we had to take each connector apart and inspect each one internally to make sure they were all ok after the repair.
neither of us gave up, and finally, to our great joy, we found and repaired the problem. and now he hasnt called me in over a year. trust me, i llke him hearing from him, but not hearing from him is a real relief.
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