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Old 03-16-2019, 08:54 PM   #1
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Leveling Jacks Reservoir

I have a 2004 Revolution 40C. Where is the fluid reservoir for the leveling Jacks?
I have a small panel in the back of the battery bay that says Leveling Jack Access but seems too small to contain the fluid Reservoir.
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While I'm not familiar with the Fleetwood, I would be the reservoir is a tank that is part of the pump assembly, and that is located wherever you are hearing the hydraulic pump, when it is extending the jacks.

On my Itasca, it is located on driver's side, just forward of the rear dualies.

p.s. Don't check or add hydraulic fluid with the jacks extended; (or the slides, if they are hydraulic powered),
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If its a Power Gear system.

Walk outside and then have someone extend the jacks. Listen for the pump. The pump is an integral part of the reservoir tank. As CaptBill mentioned. top off the reservoir only when the jacks are fully retracted.
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That small access panel is probably access to the jack unit, not the resv. I don’t have a Revolution but on my 02 eagle the resv is near the fuel filters.
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I do have a large reservoir in the rear near the fuel filters. I know its for the steering and cooling fan (side radiator). Could it also serve the jacks.
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They would not be on the same system. Jacks would be separate. What jack brand do you have? Powergear?
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Yes - Power Gear
Going to remove the plate in the battery bay and take a look.
Im not having a problem - just want to know.
Also, anyone know the air pump filter location.
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Leveling Jacks Reservoir

I had a 2003 Fleetwood tradition before my current dutch Star. The revolution and tradition are fairly similar. Depending on what chassis you have. check the last compartment on the passenger side. You might have to crawl under a bit to see the reservoir but it’s there. Could you elaborate more on air pump filter. Are you talking about the air dryer? It spits or purges moisture out after the the air tanks have reached 125psi. If you are talking about that it should In the same area of your power gear pump. If not have someone fire up your coach and wait for it to purge. You’ll be able to pin point it. The air filter housing should be on your engine bay.

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