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Old 05-15-2016, 01:06 PM   #1
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The automatic Jack levelers does anybody know where to refill the hydraulic fluid? We just got this a little while ago I'm new to diesel pushers hey has 31,000 miles on it I drove to Texas

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My hydraulic pump was located on the drivers side small bay just behind the rear tires...2001 tradewinds.there should be a fill port on the side of the pump unit.

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Check the level and top off with the jacks fully retracted so as to not overfill the reservoir.
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Thank for the info
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