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|Auto Park Will Not Release||Randy Puckett||4-7-09|
|2005 Winnebago/Workhorse Chassis...Auto park brake will not release.I do not see any leaks in the system. Maybe a fuse or other electrical switch ? Is there any way to release to be able to drive to repair shop? It worked great this weekend...I went to move it to where I park it a home and it would not release. Thanks for any help !|
|Re: Auto Park Will Not Release||D. Turner||4-18-09|
|Exactly my symptoms with a 2000 Georgetown.|
|Re: Auto Park Will Not Release||Randy Puckett||4-20-09|
|I got mine fixed last week...Just had to replace a relay in the front fuse box...These things are a real pain !!!|
|Re: Auto Park Will Not Release||Yvon Brisebois||5-11-09|
|Go to http://www.rvmechanic.com/current_category.2176/Forum.53029/forum_thread_full.html|
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).
You probably need a pressure valve still available through GM dealers.
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...
|Re: Auto Park Will Not Release||Dale||6-1-09|
|If you are having problems with the J71 Autopark... contact firstname.lastname@example.org. He is the expert on this subject.|