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Long Island Mac 02-17-2014 06:36 AM

Air Leveling 2013 Ambassador
 
While driving, approaching destination, leveling (travel) light flashed, buzzer and "fault light" lite up. PSI stayed at 110, front/rear. Set up at site, no response from panel, psi stayed at 100. Coach Net sent repairman. Diagnosed either front air suspension valve or computer module underneath, and said to take to chassis dealer. Have date at Lazy Days in Tampa. Drove to new destination. PSI (front/rear) dropped to 90. Had unplugged panel (buzzer drove us crazy). Plugged in for a minute or so, no response other that buzzer and lights. Unplugged, and psi went to 115??. Did this a few times on 3 hour trip towards Tampa. Anyone else have this happen??

Dawgs 02-17-2014 12:01 PM

I have a 2013 Endeavor 43DFT with the active air leveling system. PSI will change but the system may need to be calibrated. Mine was not calibrated at the factory. It should automatically go into travel mode above 10 MPH. Alarms and PSI changes may be the result of not calibrating the unit so it's confused as the coach is going down the road and sending bad information and alarms. Once mine was calibrated it performs flawlessly.

Long Island Mac 02-21-2014 02:24 PM

Over night at LazyDays. Result... fuse and a bad connection. Replaced fuse and sprayed electrical on connecter. Problem fixed for $ 188.00, Have $200 deductible!!!

Traps90 02-21-2014 04:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Long Island Mac (Post 1937674)
Over night at LazyDays. Result... fuse and a bad connection. Replaced fuse and sprayed electrical on connecter. Problem fixed for $ 188.00, Have $200 deductible!!!


Well the good news is your up and running again and it wasn't to serious.

Dennis_K 02-22-2014 09:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Long Island Mac (Post 1937674)
Over night at LazyDays. Result... fuse and a bad connection. Replaced fuse and sprayed electrical on connecter. Problem fixed for $ 188.00, Have $200 deductible!!!

Any idea exactly what connector they found the problem with?

Long Island Mac 02-23-2014 06:49 AM

Wire from control panel to computer to control valve. There are (??) 2 (i was told that the second connector was corroded (?) and they cleaned it with spray electrical cleaner. I said that "so for $188, you replaced a fuse and sprayed a connector?" I was just happy to have it fixed, and I will say that LazyDays is a great place, and the folks there were very pleasant, and gave great info at their seminars. I attended two while there. Believe that there 200 bays. Quite an operation. .


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