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Old 08-12-2019, 09:59 AM   #1
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2007 35J leveling jacks wiring replaced

Was there a recall or warranty work on the 2007 35j leveling Jack system? This is a new to us rig we just drove up from Florida. Wonderfully awesome Shakedown Cruise, no issues whatsoever except we found that it runs much better on premium gas😁
As I was crawling all around it this morning I noticed some plugs hanging in the driver side front wheel well. Upon further investigation the entire wiring harness has been replaced and these plugs were still here, further up the harness is cut off. I'll try to attach pictures, as you can see the replaced wire harnesses have a different Loom on them.
Again, I am having no issues or worries about it, was just curious if there was another reason this was done. Thanks all, I always enjoy reading the forum and learning a lot.
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Old 08-12-2019, 10:07 AM   #2
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First guess would be that the first set was damaged. Chipmunks, mice, squirrrels, comes to mind! And then the repair was done by just adding more and not bothering to remove the old. Personally, I might want to dig around and get dirty removing the old as it keeps the mind clear for the next time?
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Old 08-12-2019, 10:55 AM   #3
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I was going to get under there and get it out as well, just glad to see that previous owner didn't do a hack repair and did it right. More secure now than I was even before, just so happy to be back on the road and such a nice rig
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Old 08-12-2019, 11:23 AM   #4
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I was going to get under there and get it out as well, just glad to see that previous owner didn't do a hack repair and did it right. More secure now than I was even before, just so happy to be back on the road and such a nice rig
Got to agree that replaced wiring is much better than "repaired by hammer head" !
My current unit previous owner had an outlet added at a shop and they drilled into the AC as well as the RCA wires and did a twist and tape repair that lasted long enough to get it off the lot.
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As for running on premium gas I don't know your mileage but at 85,000 miles our GMC 8.1L engine was running rough with some backfire under load when going uphill. New spark plugs, wires, and 2 quarts of Techron fuel system cleaner added to a low amount of fuel in the tank did wonders!
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Old 08-26-2019, 10:34 AM   #6
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If this was my rig I'd let it go. If everything works-why try to mess with it. Looks like it's been reasonably installed. Enjoy it- We have the '08 35-J. It's been a real stout vehicle.
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