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P30 Power Steering/Brakes Bruce 2-4-11  
I recently replaced the Autopark Brake Actuator on my 1994 Winne Adventurer. I have accomplished this task before with no issues. This time the power steering brakes work until the autopark is disengaged then both the power steering and brakes lose hydraulic power. I have bled the actuator then bled the rest of the system by turning the wheel. Hydraulic assistance will eventually return after the autopark is reengaged. Any assistance would be appreciated.
Re: P30 Power Steering/Brakes Ron 2-9-11  
Go to Rv.net and post the question to oldusedbear aka Roger Haag he knows all about P30 brake systems and has an entire library of help. He walked me thru fixing mine on speaker phone
Ron
Re: P30 Power Steering/Brakes Bill 4-7-11  
I've got the same problem. Please let me know if you found the answer

Thanks,

Bill
Re: P30 Power Steering/Brakes Greg 4-15-11  
Make sure your AutoPark cables are properly adjusted. If not, you might have too much actuator travel which can drain the reservoir.
Re: P30 Power Steering/Brakes Steve 5-15-11  
I also have had problems with the autopark brake not releasing on the P30/32 chassis.

What are the grey/green switches and their function?

Steve
Re: P30 Power Steering/Brakes chris h 5-21-11  
I just disconnected the actuator linkage from the drive linkage so far this has worked for me. granted I have to chock the wheels and use emergency brake instead of parking brake but at least i have power steering and brakes in drive. Also I took it to a rv dealer to fix it they told me it was power steering pump and quoted $6000 to replace. Thank goodness for my self engineering.
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