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Allen-Bradley 20AB6P8A0AYNNNC0


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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 20AB6P8A0AYNNNC0 is a replacement part for AMP Research products, specifically designed for the PowerStep Running Board. This part is a "Made to Order, Machined Part" and cannot be cancelled or refunded once ordered. It is not a motor, but rather a motor linkage that is used in conjunction with a motor for the deployment and retraction of the running board.

The part is designed to replace older style controllers, such as the A-04 and A-06, and includes an additional plug for an optional toggle switch. The PowerStep Running Board is a patented product that provides a clean and aggressive look for vehicles, with a tread design that enhances traction in various conditions. It is available in different models, including the PowerStep XL, which features a lower stepping surface, and the PowerStep Xtreme, designed for extreme conditions.

For users of the PowerStep Running Board, it is recommended to clean the steps periodically to prevent debris from accumulating and causing unwanted noise or binding. This involves manually setting the running boards to deploy, leaving them in the deployed position, and then cleaning the front and rear linkages using a pressure washer. After cleaning, silicone spray should be applied to the linkage arms and pivot pins to maintain the running board's functionality.

If the running board is clicking when deploying or retracting, the issue can be resolved by adjusting the bolt and wedge on the motor linkage. This process involves removing the motor from the side affected by the clicking and allowing the step to rest in the fully deployed or down position before making the adjustment.

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