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Allen-Bradley 20F1AGC170JA0NNNNN

SKU: 20F1AGC170JA0NNNNN-SOB-USA

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All products (new, surplus, and refurbished) are covered by Chief Automation's 1 Year Warranty. The Manufacturer's Warranty does NOT apply.

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 20F1AGC170JA0NNNNN is a replacement part for the AMP Research PowerStep Running Board. It is a "Made to Order, Machined Part" that is non-refundable and cannot be cancelled once ordered. This part is designed to replace older style controllers, specifically the A-04 and A-06 controllers, and includes an additional plug for an optional toggle switch.

The AMP Research PowerStep Running Board is a popular accessory designed to provide a clean and aggressive look for vehicles, with a tread design that ensures ultimate traction in all conditions. The PowerStep XL model features a 3” lower stepping surface than the original PowerStep, and the PowerStep Xtreme model is designed for extreme conditions.

For maintenance and cleaning of the PowerStep, it is recommended to manually set the running boards to deploy, then apply silicone spray to all four linkage arms and pivot pins. Avoid using pressure washers directly on the motors and do not apply silicone, wax, or protectants to the running board. Regular cleaning and lubrication are necessary to prevent unwanted noise or binding due to debris accumulation.

If the step is clicking when deploying or retracting, the bolt and wedge adjustment can be used to resolve the issue. This involves removing the motor from the affected side, allowing the step to rest in the fully deployed or down position, and then adjusting the bolt and wedge accordingly.

The technical specifications and alarm/error codes for this part are not explicitly mentioned in our research. However, it is recommended to consult the user manual or contact the manufacturer's technical support team for detailed information on these aspects.

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