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1998 Pace Arrow Sel Leveling jacks are stuck

I leveled the RV with the self leveling jacks. Went to lower and they would not lower or retract.

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There is a large fuse under the hood in the fuse box that is blown.

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Automatic self-levelling is standard on the seven-seat models. What model do you have?

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Try jacking up the vehicle and putting it on jack stands letting the suspension hang down. Disconnect the battery for a few minuts and reconnect it and it should inflate the airbags and level off the suspension.

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If you look under the rear, you will find a control link between the body and axle. likely it has broken of become disconnected.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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00 ford expedition rear self leveling system


Try jacking up the vehicle and putting it on jack stands letting the suspension hang down. Disconnect the battery for a few minuts and reconnect it and it should inflate the airbags and level off the suspension.

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