alliance RV Valor 2021 Auto Level Sequence User Manual
Auto Level Sequence
- When auto level begins, the front of the RV will seek a position near a level state.
- The rear legs will then extend and complete the rear leveling sequence.
- When the rear leveling sequence has been completed, the RV will adjust front to back and side to side.
- Each leg will perform a final grounding touch. Once this has been completed the screen will read “AUTO LEVEL SUCCESS.”
- The LED screen will then read “READY” and also display current battery voltage. The green LED in the center of the four leveling jack buttons will be illuminated (Fig. 4A).
NOTE: If the auto level sequence does not perform as outlined, put the system in manual mode and test that the legs operate correctly by pushing the corresponding buttons on the touch pad. If the jack functions are incorrect, check that the correct jack wiring harnesses are plugged into the correct ports on the controller.
Auto Level Zero Point Calibration
The “Zero Point” is the programmed point to which the 5th Wheel will return whenever the auto-level feature is used. The Zero Point is preset at the factory and should never have to be reset. However, if necessary, Zero Point can be reset.
Note: The Zero Point must be programmed prior to using the auto-level feature to ensure the proper operation of the system. Prior to starting the Zero Point Calibration procedure, check all connections on the controller, valve coils, landing gear, leveling jacks and touchpad.
- Manually run all leveling jacks and landing gear to level the 5th Wheel.
- This is best achieved by placing a level in the center of the 5th Wheel and leveling it both front-to-back and then side-to-side.
- See Basic Jack Operation section for instructions on how to manually operate the system.
- After the 5th Wheel has been leveled, turn off the touchpad.
- With the touchpad off, press and release the FRONT button (Fig. 1G) ten times and then press and release the REAR button (Fig. 1J) ten times.
- The touchpad will flash and beep, then the LCD screen will read “ZERO POINT CALIBRATION ENTER to set, Power to Exit” (Fig. 7).
- To set the current position as the zero point, press the ENTER button (Fig 1C).
A. the LCD screen will read “Zero point stability check” (Fig. 8).
- LCD display will read “Zero point set successfully” once process is complete (Fig. 9).
- The system will set this point as its level state and the touchpad will turn off.
Leveling System Maintenance
Failure to follow the instructions provided in this manual may result in death, serious personal injury, severe product, or property damage or voiding of the component warranty.
The unit should be supported at both front and rear axles with jack stands before working underneath. Failure to do so may result in death, serious personal injury, severe product or property damage or voiding of the component warranty.
Always wear eye protection when performing service or maintenance to the unit. Other safety equipment to consider would be hearing protection, gloves and possibly a full‐face shield, depending on the nature of the service.
Moving parts can pinch, crush or cut. Keep clear and use caution.
- Dexron III or Mercon V Class “A” automatic transmission fluid
- Electrical contact cleaner
- Lint‐free cloth
- Zip ties
- Check the fluid in reservoir every 12 months. If fluid is a clear red color, do not change. If fluid is milky, pink and murky, drain reservoir and add new fluid. Hydraulic fluid should be changed at a minimum every 5 years.
NOTE: Check the fluid only when all the jacks are fully retracted.
NOTE: When checking the hydraulic fluid level, fill to within ½” of fill spout.
- Inspect and clean all power unit electrical connections every 12 months. If corrosion is evident, spray power unit electrical connections with electrical contact cleaner.
- Remove dirt and road debris from jacks as needed.
- If jacks are down for extended periods, spray exposed jack rods with a silicone lubricant every 3 months for protection. If the unit is in a salty environment, spray the rods every 4 to 6 weeks.
The unit should be supported at both front and rear axles with jack stands before working underneath. Failure to do so may result in death, serious personal injury, sever product or property damage or voiding the component warranty.
NOTE: In colder temperatures the jacks may extend and retract slowly due to the fluid’s viscosity, specially formulated fluid for low temperatures may be desired.
Alliance RV 5th wheels are equipped with safety systems that work together to help protect the occupants in the event of an emergency. Please read and fully understand all safety functions before using your new RV.
Emergency Exit Windows
While all RV brands are different, the operation of the emergency windows are generally consistent across brands. The design, application, and location of these windows are governed by the RV Industries governing bodies. You will find some helpful safety information below regarding these exit windows. Please take time to familiarize yourself and anyone that will be in the RV with the location and operation of all exit windows in the RV.
THE FOLLOWING LABEL IS ON OR NEAR ALL EMERGENCY EXITS IN THE RV
ENSURE THAT ALL EXIT WINDOWS ARE CLOSED AND LOCKED DURING TRAVEL.
Identify and locate all emergency exit windows in the RV, they are easily identifiable by both the “EXIT” sticker and the red hardware used to open them.
Know what to expect in the event of an emergency. Activate the release mechanisms on the exit windows and apply pressure to push or slide them open.
Once you’re familiar with the location and operation, make yourself familiar with the drop between the window and the ground. Depending on the RV, it could be a significant distance.
ALWAYS PUT YOUR LEGS OUT FIRST AND ATTEMPT TO LAND ON YOUR FEET IF YOU MUST USE AN EMERGENCY EXIT WINDOW.
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