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Old 07-10-2016, 12:14 PM   #1
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Question 1996 Gulfstream Tourmaster HWH leveling reservoir

I have a 1996 Gulfstream Tourmaster with HWH leveling. The left rear jack is leaking and I have a technician ordering parts to fix it.

However, meanwhile, I am trying to use the RV and the leveling system alarm goes off when I lower the jacks. The technician says the alarm may be going off because the reservoir may be low. So Iím trying to find the reservoir to fill it temporarily so I can use it until I get the leaking jack fixed but and I cannot find it. Do you have any idea where the reservoir is and how I can access it?

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Rick Kopp
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One of the coaches I've worked on it was under the steps going into the coach.. on another one it was behind the drivers front tire in the wheel well... have someone hit the switch and follow the sound of the motor... that's how I've done it....

The ones I've worked on were ATF Dextron III... not hydraulic fluid...

Best of luck..

BTW - the the tech doesn't give you good service... I have pulled off the bad (leaking) landing leg... taken it to a commercial hydraulic shop and have had them repair them.. (seals and testing).... if of course the mating surfaces are damaged or they are bent, than replacement is needed...
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Old 07-10-2016, 08:43 PM   #3
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On my Sun voyager it is in front, above and to right side of generator.
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