Here is some detail from the Installation Manual...
Chassis interface connections: Please note that Step 8 and 9 are required. Step 10 is optional.
Step 8 (Keypad Ignition Disable Circuit): Note the “break-outs" near the end of the keypad harness. The Pink wire must receive a +12 VDC Input when the ignition key is in the “on” position. Connect this wire to the ignition positive. This will make the wire "hot” and will inhibit jack extension when the vehicle ignition key is in the on (engine run) position. This also provides for a “jacks down” warning in the event of a jack drifting from the stowed position during travel. This connection is required. Failure to make this connection may create an unsafe condition and may void the warranty.
Step 9 The Black w/ Yellow wire must receive a Ground Input. This Black w/ Yellow wire must be connected to a chassis ground. If this wire is not connected to ground the Engage Park Brake light will be on and AutoLevel will be Denied.
Optional Park Brake Connection for Black/yellow wire:
Contact your chassis manufacturer to verify park brake chassis connection and location. This connection must be done by a technician qualified for chassis electrical systems. Most chassis manufactures are now doing this thru the Dash Module. Attempts to connect this improperly could lead to dash feed back or other issues. This connection to a park brake signal is optional. If this input is not connected to the park brake signal or to ground, AUTO-LEVEL will be continuously denied.
Also, the engage park brake light will be on if the panel is powered up or the key is in the on (engine run position).
*Note on items 8 and 9: If Black/Yellow is connected to a park brake signal (as in step 9) and the pink is connected (required) as in Step 8, an automatic “all retract” will be initiated if the key is turned on (engine run position) and the park brake is released.
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