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Subject: Re: Leveling Jacks

Steve Anderson
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Date Posted: 02/ 28/ 05, 2:52pm
In reply to: Curt 's message, "Leveling Jacks" on 02/ 25/ 05, 2:28pm

Sounds simplistic but are you sure that the leveling master switch on the dash is on?

Steve Anderson
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Poulsbo Wa.

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Steve Anderson
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Date Posted: 03/ 1/ 05, 6:27am

I should have read your message more carefully, I see that you had the master switch on. The leveling system motor/hydalic pump is located under/behind the step. It looks like a starter motor. The leveling levers when pushed outboard supply voltage to a solonoid under the step that supplies high current 12 v to the motor.


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