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Old 09-11-2014
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Default 1996 wonderlodge leveling problem

My leveling jacks are working fine manually, however in the automatic mode, it seems to get to the leveling point and the passenger side drop down. The coach is then left down on one side and up on the other. I have been told that it could possibly require adjusting the leveling sensor, but i cannot find it. Can anyone help me find the sensor or maybe some other fix.

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Tony,
The leveling sensor is a aluminum disk maybe 3" in diameter. It is often located on the "ceiling" of a luggage bay. (Mine was roadside about mid way on the coach.) It should be standing off the "ceiling with 3? screws and springs. Adjusting the screws to show level when you have manually leveled should be the first step to check if leveling manually works.
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Tony,
The leveling sensor is a aluminum disk maybe 3" in diameter. It is often located on the "ceiling" of a luggage bay. (Mine was roadside about mid way on the coach.) It should be standing off the "ceiling with 3? screws and springs. Adjusting the screws to show level when you have manually leveled should be the first step to check if leveling manually works.
Agreed, however, mine is also enclosed inside a black metal box with a removable bottom. I also manually leveled the bus and then adjusted the three screws until the unit at the drivers seat agreed the coach was level.
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