When I hit auto-leveling, comp. puts only 25 lbs. in rear and front jumps to 25 also. If I tap the decrease fr, it will drop to 14lbs. but the rear will never go higher than 25. One day everything was o.k. the next day problems. The pressure can no longer be adjusted manually either.I can hear the comp. run but, nothing is inflating. I cannot hear any air leaks.
Re: self leveling now will only put 25 lbs. in rear
This sounds as if the line for the rear solenoid has become clogged with deteriorated dessicant or corrosion. The front solenoid is set for no more than 14 lbs before bleeding off. A cleaning of the air distributor and relief valve could be the solution.
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This could be a bad sensor. Blinking usually means no pressure, so start at the pressure switch and put a guage on it to verify that there's at least 25 lbs pressure. Under 25 the light blinks. This can be a bad gasket in the engine, cracked head/block, or as simple as a bad pump. DON'T run the engine until yo find the cause, you could destroy your engine, or cause a lot of un-necessary wear.
you can do them your self you just use a flat screw driver and a hammer place the rear drum on two small 2x4s and you can tap the bearing and race out. to put them back in you can use a over size socket just smaller the the hole in the drum to knock the bearing back in they make a tool for like 20 bucks at any auto parts store to take them out and put them back in
It should be listed in the owners manual, but because of different oil cooler setups you may have to do the change yourself and add oil until the correct level is established..... for the first oil change. Most likely 7 liters,but start with 5,run the engine to fill the oil filter,let it sit for 5 mins and recheck and fill to full. Note the amount needed for next time.
YOUR REAR LEVELING MECHANISM IS SELF LEVELING FROM SIDE TO SIDE YOUR FRONT FEET ARE INDIVIDUAL MAKE SURE THE REAR OPERATES PROPERLY AND RELEVEL THE MACHINE IN BOTH DIRCTIONS. EACH TIME YOU MAKE AN ADJUSTMENT TO THE FRONT FEET WETHER IT BE THE RIGHT OR THE LEFT RE-RAISE THE REAR SO THAT THE REAR ADJUSTMENT WILL AUTOMATICALLY SET ITSELF TO WHAT YOU HAVE CHANGED ON THE FRONT FEET. YOU MAY HAVE TO DO THIS REPEATEDLY TO GET THE BEST POSSIBLE LEVELNESS IN BOTH DIRECTIONS. ONCE YOU ARE SATISFIED THE FRONT FEET SHOULD HAVE A SET NUT RUN THIS NUT UP TIGHT TO THE BASE OF THE WASHER.
Depending on your weight and if you carry a passenger as to the air pressure. I normally run about 14 but 24 if riding 2 up.
up to 150 lbs- 0
each addition 25 rider pounds > 150 lbs add 1.0 lbs
each additional passenger pounds > 150 lbs add 1.5 lbs
each additional 10 lbs of laggage add 3.0 lbs
Max Pressure 35 psi