After sucessfully getting our keyless entry system programmed with our personal code, we were thrilled (after two resets of the control module caused by us not understanding how to program our personal code.) Well, now we are not nearly as thrilled
(However, keyless entry really is a a useful gadget.)
I discovered today that the remote unlock (little keychain transmitter) didn't work. Well, actually it locked the door instead of locking it. Keypad unlock worked, dash switch unlock worked, keychain remote didn't unlock.
Just got off of the phone with SCS/Frigette tech support and I was amazed at the answer. He said (get this) "if you lock the door with the keypad, you MUST unlock it with the keypad." You CANNOT lock the door with the keypad and unlock it with the remote
He claimed they just discovered this quirk of the logic.
So what to do: I have to reprogram the controller for the keychain remotes. If this has happened to you, PM me and I will post the program sequence.
On another note, I have now experienced the "who do you call for a problem" thing. My check engine light has been coming on and off ever since we have had the coach. Lazydays tried to fix it with a new fuel filter to no avail - we suspect a sensor or sensor wiring issue now. I first called Freightliner and chatted with him about the problem. He was friendly and chatty, but was not willing to say bring it in here and we'll check it out first. He readily agreed that it is a dilemma about who gets first crack at the problem when it could be chassis or engine.
I had a nice chat with the Cummins shop in Ocala and he was very accomodating and said about 90% of check engine problems are his issue. Bring it in and we'll check it out, he said. "If it's not our problem we'll work with you since it is a new coach." This sounds great. We have an appointment for next week. Yahoo - we get to take the coach out