Thanks for the info I lowered the left rear and cleaned the magnet, same for right rear. Now the problem moved to the right front. I removed the boot and it looks the same as the left that I replaced. I am now ordering three more and will replace the other three. Is there anything that can be put on the brake to help with the corrosion. Also, how would I know if I damaged or broke a shear pin?
Thanks for your help
I am having trouble with my Power Gear Leveling Jacks. When trying to retract the jacks, I got an error - left front was the problem jack. All other jacks were partially up. I tried again to raise jacks and all except the left front would come up about 1-2 inches then errors again. After multiple attempts, I was able to get three jacks all the way up. The left front brake was removed and the jack manually retracted. The brake looked corroded just like the photo on the website so I ordered and replaced the brake on the left front jack. Now when I attempt to lower the jacks, I get an error indicating that the left front is down. Does anyone have any suggestions. Obviously with the jacks up, I cannot check or clean the magnets.
We have a 07 Fiesta 34N that we have had for about three years. The only problems that we have had are: 1) Lavatory faucet in bathroom was plastic and the cold stem blew out one day (replaced with Delta) 2) Fuel line started leaking (luck me we were home) and I replaced. 3) some of the trim pieces come loose but are easy to re-attach.
I used the technique in the "cheap handling fix" post to improve the sway and also installed a "steer safe"
Other than the above, we like the coach very much.