Originally Posted by flyboy1
Have an Eagle 317RLOK with 4 point leveling system. Save your money, the LCI leveling isn't that great. I've had the dealer reset mine several times because the water in the shower puddles to one end. No mater what they seem to do it still puddles in the same area. When I put a level on the main floor it shows high towards the front, the same for the upper floor and the shower floor. Also found that in some spaces the auto level will take the tires off the ground which causes the FW to become a little unstable. To avoid this condition I've found that I need to level side to side with leveling plates before ever pushing the auto level button.
I would calibrate it yourself to where you want it.
These systems are great and perform well for being electric. Make sure the front can lower below level before auto leveling. This is were ppl seem to mess up the most. Use blocks under the jacks to prevent out of stroke and add stability.
If the trailer is that far off level, yes it will left the tires in the air. Perfectly normal. It can't level that much and not lift the tires. The law of physics does apply. While at parked at my house my left side wheels are a good 4 plus inches off the ground.
We camp in state parks and fields, it always levels perfectly to my calibration point.
Also check your control module is secure and the rear sensor is secure. Manufacturers have been known to mount the rear sensor poorly and cause the system to not leave the same.
We had hydraulic leveling before and were iffy on the electric. But it's been great and problem free.
Well worth every penny it cost on our 2017 Eagle 293RKDS. Not much money when compared to the total cost of the RV.