: Thanks for the pix on the wire loop location - worth 10K words, as they say! I haven't looked yet, but I'm sure I'll find them now. BTW, Freightliner says that the bag pressure is independent of the tank pressure, so the coach will not settle while the air system is being blown (and you are "under the bus", as they say).
: Fill all those toys and your tires too, with the jacks down. In fact, you are supposed
to start the engine and allow the air pressure in the bags to fill before
retracting the jacks, otherwise the coach will settle down on the empty bags with the engine off. Then, when you start up, you will hear a popping noise as the empty bags inflate from a "squashed down" position. This is not good for them - it will cause an undue amount of wear or possible damage; however, we've all done this once or twice.
You cannot deploy (lower) the jacks, or auto-level with the ignition ON - the system won't allow it. Also, while we're on the subject of jacks, do not move the jacks up or
down while the slides are out, because the slides and their adjustments are less tolerant of the resulting, small amounts of torque (twisting) than the chassis frame is. I also NEVER TOUCH THE E-BRAKE OR GEAR SELECTOR
until physically checking that I am completely unhooked, the jacks are UP, and I have carefully gone through the Freightliner checklist at the Driver Info Center EVERY TIME - NO EXCEPTIONS.