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Old 07-17-2023, 02:56 PM   #1
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Auto level system

I have a 2015 Eagle Premier REQS and am wondering if I can raise/ lower individual leveling jacks? When I went to do an auto leveling sequence, I had an error post that said max extension. I was told to redo the auto level sequence after it has been sitting a while to readjust level. All of the jacks have the extensions lowered with pins in them except the front two. I am guessing this is where my error report is coming from.
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Old 07-17-2023, 04:07 PM   #2
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Yes you should be able to raise/lower your jacks individually by pressing the top arrow with either the left or right buttons for the front gear and for the rear gear press the bottom button along with either the left or right buttons.
Because you have the dreaded "ERROR" code you may have to reset the system by lowering all jacks "at least 6 inches" then click the "raise all gear" so they all go up together....Your system is reset.

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