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Old 07-28-2015, 05:37 PM   #11
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It tells you to install 15 amp fuse.
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Old 07-28-2015, 06:01 PM   #12
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J-12 is the lead with 12 VDC for ignition source.

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Old 07-28-2015, 08:00 PM   #13
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Papap - have you changed Motorhomes? Your signature shows "Solera".
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Yes have a 2016 Forester 3171DS. Just figured out how to change it out? LOL
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Thanks Ourflat. Got wiring changed around and also installed the new filter the overnight end to me. Works great now.
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Thanks Frank!!
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Your welcome! My ham radio know-how and DC circuit design kicks in when I buy a kit like this. I immediately start improving the circuit design for optimum performance. I really thought the compressor would run a lot but it really doesn't. I had a fear the compressor would get hot and needed to be cooled down but not the case. I believe Forest River should add this feature as an upgrade for folks who don't DIY.


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For my install I wanted the power to the WirelessAir to be on switched power. I also wanted the switch at the dash so I made a cover plate to go over the coin holder on the dash.
I then pulled all the wiring schematics for the upfitter van chassis since there are a number blunt end wires supplied by Ford. I pulled my HOT from the Ford Factory electric brake wire which is a 30 amp protected supply (The harness is unused harness sitting just above the radio. {You can buy a Reese or other brand aftermarket electric brake wire pigtail to connect from the OEM harness plug to an aftermarket electric brake controller. This allowed me to tap into the HOT and ground without cutting the OEM harness plug}).

From there, I ran the HOT to a 30 amp rated switch in the plate cut to fit in the coin holder then ran the switched line to the upfitter wire that goes through the firewall and ends with a blunt cut in the factory harness right by the master brake cylinder. At that point I was able to get it to my WirelessAir system that I mounted in a weather resistant utility box secured to the chassis a couple feet behind the generator.
This location worked best since I was running two WirelessAir manifolds to operate two air bags at the rear and two at the front.
The power switch gives me the added protection of killing power to the WirelessAir compressor when dropping the air pressure from the bags before lifting the coach with the Big Foot leveler.

It was a lot of work and planning but it works great. I really love the setup.

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Where did you guys splice into the air bag hose? ...and did u leave the stock filler valve stems to use as backup if the air pump system goes fails for some reason.
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