AL-KO iQ7 Technical Literature

“Service Manuals, Bulletins and Repair Instructions for the AL-KO iQ7 & AL-KO iQ7 XTREME range

AL-KO iQ7 XTREME Installation and Operating Instructions

AL-KO iQ7 XTREME - Installation and Operating Instructions

AL-KO iQ7 XTREME IN Car Kit - Installation and Operating Instructions

AL-KO iQ7 Installation and Operating Instructions

AL-KO iQ7 - Installation and Operating Instructions

AL-KO iQ7 Approved Electronic Brake Controllers

  • Hayes Energiser III
  • Tekonsha Primus IQ
  • Tekonsha Prodigy P2
  • Tekonsha P3
  • Compact IQ

iQ7 used in conjunction with a Tekonsha P3 brake controller fulfills the requirements of providing visible warning of low operating pressure or break away by flashing a red 'No Connection' display from the front of the controller. This feature is required in some Australian states.

AL-KO AL-KO iQ7 Service/Repair Procedure Manuals (All Models)

AL-KO iQ7 (All Models) - Hydraulic Pressure Bleed Gun Operating Instructions

AL-KO iQ7 (All Models) - Replacement of Inlet Nipple and Reservoir

AL-KO iQ7 (All Models) - Replacement and Repair of Air Filter

AL-KO iQ7 XTREME Controller Mouse - Gain Slide Removal Procedure

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About AL-KO

AL-KO is the market leader in caravan, motor home and trailer components in Australia and New Zealand including axles, brakes and suspension products.
In recent years AL-KO has evolved into offering high tech electronic products, with a particular focus on towing safety.
AL-KO's Australian head office and main manufacturing facility is located in Melbourne, with further factories and offices in Sydney and Brisbane. The AL-KO group was founded in Germany in 1931 and has grown to more than 3,800 employees worldwide, with more than 40 companies in Europe, USA, Australia, Africa and China.