rcpilot1 Posted May 7, 2022 Share Posted May 7, 2022 I have a 2011 Holiday Rambler 36 ft. and when I autolevel I have to start the engine or I get a low voltage on the panel, I was just at the MS rally in Goshen and went to a Liport session on autoleveling. The person there said they tell the manufacture to ge the power from the house batteries, and if they are hooked to the chassis batter it needs to be moved. They way I have to do it now is - hook up the shore power, put out the slides, air down, start engine while either hitting the brakes or push on the parking brake and keep bleeding air as I auto level. What I wonder is Could I get it ready to autolevel and instead of starting the engine, just turn the key to the on position and hold the boost switch that connects the house and chassis batteries. Would that provite the correct voltage to make the autolevel system work? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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