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|Ihave a winnebago ventura mh, with I think is the auto park acting up. The power steering pump was groaning like it was out of fluid, fluid level was good. So I replaced it, before I replaced it had no breaks or steering whatsoever. Now it has breaks and steering if it stays in park, when you shift out of park pump starts groaning and no brakes or steering. Put it back in park everything back to normal. I've bleed the pump and drum res. I cant find the green or brown switch on this thing. any help would be appreciated Pete|
|Re: autopark issues||Yvon Brisebois||5-11-09|
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for a substantive discussion about this parking brake. Also, go to Workhorse site (assuming you have a Chevy engine); you will find a manual about your chassis, in the PARTS MANUALS section(You will have to register to get the download).
Auto park has its own hydrolic pump with a pressure switch: you could be out of oil (Dexron trans fluid) or the pressure switch is dead.
The brake, which sits behind the transmission, must have oil pressure to release; it can be disabled; without oil pressure to release it in drive, it stays set and the RV won't move...