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Old 05-15-2017, 10:40 AM   #11
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It's the new 2018 classic super lite 832ikbs and yes it has 5 point leveling jack automatic.
What Make? The answers you have been getting are from Wildcat owners,is yours a Wildcat? Also I think Wildcats have Hydraulic system? Isn't your 4.0 Elect? Youroo!!
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Old 05-15-2017, 11:05 AM   #12
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How did your jacks act? Did any of them extend fully? Your rig has to be really out of level for a jack to extend to it's max. We have auto leveled on some badly unlevel spots w/o errors.

If you get that error when auto leveling on fairly level ground, then I would think that something is wrong with a sensor or jack placement. Did auto ever work?

Can you manually level ok?

Sorry for all the questions, just interested in what is going on and what the fix is
No I appreciate it I just find that the tongue jack doesn't really go down all the way so the rear levels out I feel like the auto levelers want the rear to go farther up meanwhile the front tongue jack is not at its lowest point
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Old 05-15-2017, 11:10 AM   #13
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Yep, his are probably electric vs hydraulic, but the control panel functions and instruction manual are very similar. At least on the 3.0 electric, can't find the 4.0 5 point manual.

The only difference for the out of range message for electric is that it might be caused by excessive voltage draw.

And most level up systems on towables are the same across the brands, so Wildcats are not any different.

Just trying to help.
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No I appreciate it I just find that the tongue jack doesn't really go down all the way so the rear levels out I feel like the auto levelers want the rear to go farther up meanwhile the front tongue jack is not at its lowest point
I think I would take it back to the dealer and let them give it a go. If feasible. They should of demonstrated when you picked it up? It is sounding more like bad sensors at this point.
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