Originally Posted by atcla
Now that I think about it, it makes more sense for the front and back to do the leveling since they are farther apart from each other.
That is how mine work, I would try to swap the connections as you were talking about but, that should had been caught when it was installed and you may have to do a zero point calibration.
Setting The Zero Point The “Zero Point” is the programmed point that the unit will return to each time the Auto Level feature is used. The “Zero Point” MUST be programmed prior to using the Auto Level feature to ensure the proper operation of the system. NOTE: Prior to starting this procedure, double check all connections on the controller, jacks, and touch pad.
1. Manually run the jacks to level the unit. This is best achieved by placing a level in the center of the unit and leveling it both front to back and then side to side. (See “Basic Jack Operation” for instructions on how to manually operate the system).
2. Once the unit is level, turn off the touch pad.
3. With the touch pad off, press and release the “FRONT” button five (5) times and then press and release the “REAR” button five (5) times.
4. The touch pad will flash and beep and the display will read “ZERO POINT CALIBRATION ENTER to set, Power to Exit”.
5. To set the current position as the zero point, press the “ENTER” button.
6. LCD display will read “Zero Point stability check”.
7. LCD display will read “Zero point set successfully” once process is complete.
8. The system will set this point as its level state and the touch pad will turn off.
Hope this helps.